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Odisee Exchange programmes

At Odisee, students and staff can participate in several exchange programmes. The most popular of these programmes are the Erasmus+ programme and the exchange programmes based on European as well as global bilateral agreements. Odisee participates in the new EU programme for Education, Training and Sports: Erasmus+ (2014-2020).

Legal name
Odisee vzw  

Erasmus code
B BRUSSEL48 

Course catalogue

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Your study plan: should be based on this current course catalogue, bearing in mind that changes may occur. Odisee uses the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) shared by all universities in the European Union. One academic year provides you with a total of 60 ECTS credits.

6
Modules
1
Bachelor Final project (15 European Credits)

The program consists of a follow up on a building site with an architectural study of technicalities and building methods of the construction as well as partial price estimation.

2
Integrated project 3 (5 European Credits)

Students take part in a BIM project (Building Information Project) which entails to organize a flow of information between the different parties involved in a (pre)design process.

3
Integrated project 1 (5 European Credits)

This is an action course. Students need to build formwork constructions for a concrete wall, staircase poured in situ, beams or columns, and install supporting structure for floors, etc.

4
Project management 3 (4 European Credits)

Students learn via ‘MS project’ how to make a practical construction schedule, reducing the number of activities in a schedule as to render it more useful.

5
Dutch Classes (3 European Credits)

These classes are offered for a couple of days in Ghent and are on a basic level.

6
English Classes (3 European Credits)

This is an advanced course in English, mainly focused on English -construction specific- vocabulary and development of communication skills in the English language. As the Final project needs to be conducted in English, this course might be an asset.

Credits

35 European Credits

Semester

Spring Semester

Prerequisites

The program is designed for Erasmus students

Teaching methods

Lectures, seminars, field visits and field work project