Students Nursing
Bachelor

Nursing

Your training in details

Fall semester: September 21, 2020 – February 8, 2021

  • EhB Welcome Day: September 18
  • Winter holidays: December 21 - January 4
  • Examinations: January 18 - February 8

Spring semester: Februari 8 – July 5, 2020

  • EhB Welcome Day: tbc 
  • Examinations: June 7 - July 5

Erasmus mobility is possible during either the fall or the spring semester.

We strongly recommend incoming students to participate in the Survival Dutch course, organised prior to the start of the semester (7-17 September).

Field
Credits
International work placement

In the fourth part, students are given the opportunity to do an internship within or outside Europe that is part of the curriculum. The students opt for one internship abroad (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 Antenne Internationalisation 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: Dutch

Semester
Academic Year
15
International work placement 2

In the fourth part, students are given the opportunity to do an internship within or outside Europe that is part of the curriculum. The students opt for one internship abroad (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 Antenne Internationalisation 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: Dutch

Semester
Academic Year
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
Transcultural care


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 7th - 17th.

Semester
Summer/Fall
3

Any question?

Academic Erasmus coordinator: Sandra Tricas-Sauras and Ann Claeys
Administrative Erasmus coordinator: Johan De Sterke

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