Digital Arts and Entertainment is one of the 23 Bachelor programmes you can follow at Howest. Howest, University College West Flanders, became a single autonomous Higher Education Institution in 1995, through of a merger of six prominent institutions of higher education in Flanders. Since then Howest has only grown further, developing a unique and innovative portfolio of study programmes, and we are now one of the leading providers of higher education in the province.
Howest University College enjoys an excellent and solid reputation. For that reason, for example, Howest was voted most entrepreneurial institution of higher education in Flanders by both employers and the government, and this for five times in the last eight years.
Housing accommodation, specialized libraries, individual study schemes, student counseling and study-related services at departmental level stress our student-oriented policy. Our competent teaching and administrative staff form a compact community and are always approachable. All classrooms and auditoria are well equipped to meet the present-day teaching facilities. Internet-accounts are available for all students.
Howest consists of four campuses situated in Bruges and Kortrijk. Students will find here an open-minded, vibrant, cosmopolitan and friendly environment that offers a wealth of educational opportunities, with emphasis on high quality and practice-oriented courses.
Howest has a growing international reputation, as are the opportunities it offers to students to do part of their studies abroad. Its links to industry and other outside bodies continues to expand. Howest continues to attract the best available academic staff and to modify and develop its curriculum to include new areas of knowledge and to meet the changing needs of today’s student.
For more information on HOWEST, visit www.howest.be.