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Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge-Oostende

The Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge-Oostende (Catholic College Bruges-Ostend) is a college for higher education in Belgium which was founded in the 1990s. It is the result of a merger between two colleges from Ostend and three colleges from Bruges.

In Ostend, there are curricula for bachelors and masters in engineering. The professional bachelors are on avionics, chemistry, electronics, ICT and mechanics. The master programmes are on civil engineering, mechanics, electronics and ICT.

In Bruges, there are programmes in economics, healthcare and education. In 2008 a new campus became the home of the three departments in Bruges.

At the department of healthcare, there are programmes in midwifery, nursing, occupational therapy, speech therapy and audiology. At the department of education, there are programmes for a degree in early childhood education, primary school teacher and secondary school teacher. At the department of economics, there are programmes in management, hotel management and tourism.

As with most Catholic colleges in Flanders, KHBO is also a member of the K.U.Leuven Association.

External links

  • Website of the KHBO
  • Website of the Association K.U.Leuven
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