Participating Institute

University of Gent
Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care
1K3, De Pintelaan 185
B-9000 Gent
website :

What is possible:

  1. Clinical clerkships
  2. Research electives

Neccesary language skills:
For clinical clerkships the students need to speak and understand Dutch. Most of the trainers however are fluent in English. For the research electives knowledge of English is sufficient.

Assistance in housing:
The accomodation is comparatively cheap and can be arranged by the international relations office.
More information can be found on following web link:
With the application form the students can ask for reservation for a room in a student residence at the mean price of about 200 Euro’s/month.