Ghent Summer Program
The Curtin at Ghent summer law program gives participants a ‘once in a life time’ opportunity to learn international law at a reputed European university. It blends academic value with an unforgettable student experience at the heart of Europe. Located at the famous Ghent University, situated in an idyllic and bustling city, it offers students the opportunity to follow courses from Curtin and Ghent professors alike, while partaking in various extracurricular events.
The summer law program offers participants a combination of high level academic education, exciting cultural experience at a world-renowned university, living in a stunning medieval city, and dedicated trips to London and other destinations. You will have an unforgettable month while boosting both your academic education and your professional credentials!
The program is aimed at students keen on acquiring knowledge and credits in international and European law, and generally at participants eager to gain expertise about the increasingly international world of law and business. The program welcomes applicants from Australia and from other countries.
About Ghent University
Established in 1817, the highly ranked research-intensive institution is located right in the heart of the city centre and includes a world-renowned law school. Over the years, Ghent has produced some of the best law professionals worldwide and is considered one of Europe’s most prominent law schools.
The city of Ghent, located in the Flemish region, is Belgium’s best-kept secret and one of Europe’s most fascinating tourist destinations. With canal side medieval architecture and a bustling nightlife, the city encapsulates the perfect blend of classic and modern.
Apply for 2017
Law and Business students across Australia and internationally can now apply for the Curtin at Ghent summer law program for the exclusive opportunity to study at Ghent University, Belgium, in July 2017.
The study abroad program, which will run from 3 – 28 July 2017, will expand your knowledge of global legal systems and world cultures, while earning credits for your degree.