Important Message from MTSU Office of Education Abroad:
Students interested in applying for a Fall, Spring, or Full Year ISEP Exchange program should request an advising meeting with the Office of Education Abroad Director at email@example.com prior to applying to the program.
Please be aware of ISEP priority deadlines which are different from the Office of Education Abroad deadlines.
ISEP Exchange Priority Deadlines:
Semester 1 (Fall) or Full Year Programs (beginning in July, August, or September) - February 15
Semester 2 (Spring) Programs (beginning in January, August, or September) - September 1
Artevelde University College offers a range of programs taught in English in the fields of education, business management and communication management. Each program excels because of its specific focus and its mixture of both international and Flemish students, providing an interesting intercultural atmosphere.
The following departments and programs are open to ISEP Exchange students for semester enrollment:
Artevelde Business School (organized by the Department of Business Management)
Because Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is the heart of the European Union, the courses at Artevelde Business School have a clear link with the European Union or business procedures of the European member states.
Module in Communication Management (organized by the Department of Communication Management)
The Module in Communication Management (MOCOMA) comprises two modules. The MOCOMA-Communication module is aimed at highly motivated communication, marketing, PR or business students. The aim is to gain insight in communication management and to develop practical communication skills. The second module is MOCOMA for Journalism and Media students. The students study current affairs and learn how to use this knowledge in a creative, journalistic way. According to the profile of the student, journalism, media or communication (marketing, PR, advertising and more), the MOCOMA program allows the student to compose a tailor made study program.
Event Management Studies (Department of Event and Project Management)
The department of Event and Project Management offers courses with a strong emphasis on the organization and planning of events, general marketing, and communcation and language subjects.