Students Nursing
Bachelor

Nursing

Nursing for exchange students

To train our health care professionals we use evidence-based teaching methods and have a hands-on approach. To be optimally prepared for subsequent traineeships in real medical settings, student nurses, midwives, doctors and specialists train essential competences in our Skills and Simulation Center, a lifelike yet safe simulation environment.

Erasmus + exchange in Nursing 

We are happy to invite you to do an internship in Nursing, through the Erasmus+ exchange programme! There are possibilities both in the fall and in the spring semester.

For more information on the specifics of the internships, please consult the courses and credits below. 

Programme timing 

Fall semester: September 19, 2022 – February 3, 2023

  • Survival Dutch(*): September 5 - September 15, 2022
  • EhB Welcome Days: September 15 & 16, 2022
  • Internship / Thesis period: September 19 – December 23, 2022
  • Winter holidays: December 24, 2022 - January 6, 2023
  • Examinations: January 9 - February 3, 2023

Spring semester: February 13 – June 30, 2023

  • EhB Welcome Day: tbc 
  • Internship / Thesis period: February 13 -  June 4, 2023
  • Examinations: June 5 - June 30, 2023

(*) We strongly recommend incoming students in the fall semester to participate in the Survival Dutch course.

 

Courses and credits

Field
Credits
International Work Placement 1

This placement can be done in combination with International Work Placement 2.

Through this placement, students are given the opportunity to do an internship within Europe that is part of the curriculum. The duration of the internship is 12 weeks.
The aim is for the student to further develop his/her nursing technical competences and to become acquainted with cultural differences in nursing and health care. Students are supervised by a local supervisor and connected electronically with the internal supervisor of the programme. The preparation of the internship and the possible application for a travel grant is done in consultation with the Erasmus Coordinator for Nursing.

This internship is preceded by several moments of consultation, preparation and reflection. After the international experience, the student must make a report on the internship and share his/her experiences with the other students of the nursing course.

Language of instruction: English & French 

Recommended timing: from November to end of January / beginning of February 

Semester
Fall
15
International Work Placement 2

This placement can be done in combination with International Work Placement 1.

Through this placement, students are given the opportunity to do an internship within Europe that is part of the curriculum. The duration of the internship is 12 weeks.
The aim is for the student to further develop his/her nursing technical competences and to become acquainted with cultural differences in nursing and health care. Students are supervised by a local supervisor and connected electronically with the internal supervisor of the programme. The preparation of the internship and the possible application for a travel grant is done in consultation with the Erasmus Coordinator for Nursing.

This internship is preceded by several moments of consultation, preparation and reflection. After the foreign experience, the student must make a report on the internship and share his/her experiences with the other students of the nursing course.

Language of instruction: English & French 

Recommended timing: from beginning of February to end of June

Semester
Spring
15
Generic internship I

The student gets the opportunity to do an internship in or around Brussels. The internship is part of the curriculum of Bachelor in Nursing.
The student develops their nursing skills and meets with cultural differences regarding nursing and health care. Students are under the guidance of a local mentor and communicate electronically with their own supervisor of the placement. The preparation of the training is done in consultation with the coordinator internationalization of the Nursing program.
There are several moments of consultation, preparation and reflection needed to prepare this placement.

Language of instruction: English & French 

Semester
Fall or Spring
5
Generic Internship II

The student gets the opportunity to do an internship in or around Brussels. The internship is part of the curriculum of Bachelor in Nursing.
The student develops their nursing skills and meets with cultural differences regarding nursing and health care. Students are under the guidance of a local mentor and communicate electronically with their own supervisor of the placement. The preparation of the training is done in consultation with the coordinator internationalization of the Nursing program.
There are several moments of consultation, preparation and reflection needed to prepare this placement.


Language of instruction: English & French 

Semester
Fall or Spring
3
Internationale case management 3 (or 4)

More information coming soon!

Language of instruction: English

Semester
Fall
4
Survival Dutch

The aim of the "Survival Dutch" course is to master the basics of the Dutch language, both written and spoken. Starting from everyday situations, you will learn the necessary grammar and vocabulary in order to function in a Dutch speaking environment.

We strongly recommend incoming students to participate in the Survival Dutch course, organized prior to the start of the semester, from September 5th - 15th.

Semester
Summer/Fall
3

Brussels Health Campus

Campus Jette

Brussels Health Campus

Brussels Health Campus is located in Jette in the green outskirts of Brussels. We work closely with UZ Brussel and Vrije Universiteit Brussel, which are all located on the same campus. The campus belongs to the medical world top and is an expertise centre in Belgium. 
You can easily reach our campus by public transport. 

Address
Laarbeeklaan 121
1090 Jette

Find the Campus on Google Maps.

How to apply

1. Preliminary steps at your home institution

  • Your home institution needs to have an inter-institutional agreement with Erasmus Brussels University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Check if this is the case by consulting with your home insititution or directly on the Mobility Online platform.
  • Follow the application process at your home institution in order to be nominated as a participant of the Erasmus+ program.
  • B2 CEFR reference level in English is required. Check with your home institution and verify that you have reached this level.

2. Registering with EhB  

3. Completing the Learning Agreement Before in Mobility Online

  • Contact the Academic Erasmus coordinator of this course (contact details are on the bottom of this page) to define your academic exchange programme.
  • Write the details down in the Learning Agreement Before (in Mobility Online). Upload your Learning Agreement Before at least 1 month before the start of your exchange. 

Any question?

Academic Erasmus coordinator: Sandra Tricas-Sauras 
Administrative Erasmus coordinator: Lisa Huylebroeck

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