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Speech-Language Pathology

Set the tone with Speech-Language Pathology

  • Are you a people person? Are you fascinated by voice, speech, fluency, language, learning and/or swallowing? Then the Speech-Language Pathology exchange programme is for you!

Practical information

  • Admission requirements

    A basic knowledge of the main fields in SLP is required. Students understand scientific literature in English.

  • Where

    On campus

  • Tuition fee

    Exchange Students from partner universities where both schools have signed and Inter-Institutional Agreement (IIA) or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) don't have to pay tuition fees.

  • Conditions

    You must be studying at one of our partner institutions. You must be nominated by your home coordinator and accepted by the exchange programme at Thomas More (see admission procedure for exchange students).

  • Language requirements

    English B2

  • Erasmus code



The international program of Speech-Language Pathology consists of English SLP courses that add
up to 30 ECTS. As some of the courses are part of the third year of the regular bachelor program
(Bachelor of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology), a basic knowledge of the main fields in
SLP is required.

If you master Dutch, you can also attend the regular courses taught in Dutch. The combination of courses of the international program and the regular program can be restricted by planning issues.  
Please check the prerequisites of every course carefully before applying. Thomas More University of Applied Sciences, campus Antwerp@Sint-Andries remains the right to change the learning agreement upon arrival if the student does not meet the requirements to enter the course.

Below you can find an overview of the courses (under reservation of changes), with the number of credits per course. Credits express how many hours you need on average to process the subject matter (incl. lessons). Count about 25 to 30 hours for 1 study credit. 

  • We have explained the most important courses in a blue tooltip.  
  • The combination of courses can be restricted by planning issues and needs to be communicated beforehand.
  • Courses marked with a * are offered fully online. This means you don't have to physically come to Belgium to take these courses.
  • Would you like to know the detailed content of each subject? Check the programme guide.
Code ECTS Autumn Spring
Fluency i Y02830 3 x
Voice i Y00849 3 x
Dyslexia i Y00847 3 x
Dyscalculia i Y02820 3 x
Billingualism i Y01087 3 x
Code ECTS Autumn Spring
Cognitive rehabilitation therapy i Y01086 3 x
Dysphagia i Y01096 3 x
Orofacial myofuncional disorders i Y01092 3 x
Survival Dutch i Y04001 3 x
Global Interprofessional Collaboration in Health Care* i Y01103 3 x
  • Exam period: January
  • Retakes: August (standard). Exceptions can be discussed with the SLP international coordinator.
This course does not start in February.


Speech-Language Pathology International Network [SLP-IN]

The Speech-Language Pathology International Network (SLP-IN) is a consortium of 19 SLP-departments across the world devoted to advance the profession of SLP by networking through education, research and professional practice.

Extended worldwide collaborations

The Speech Language Pathology department collaborates with several international partners, in which staff and students are actively involved. These ongoing collaborations focus on research as well as on community working and educational exchange. Some examples:

  • Suriname - Anton de Kom Universiteit, Paramaribo: research focus on early childhood education; student internships and theses.
  • Lebanon - Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut: research focus on bilingualism and stuttering.
  • USA – University of Texas, Austin: research focus on stuttering; student internships and theses.
  • Rwanda – University of Rwanda, Kigali: focus on hearing and hearing disorders; student internships.
  • The Philippines – University of Santo Tomas, Manila: focus on community based research in rural areas; student internships and theses.
  • Hong Kong – The Education University of Hong Kong: focus on bilingualism, stuttering, community services; student internships.

Studying in a great student city

Antwerp is a vivacious, cosmopolitan area blessed with magnificent architecture, fashionable shops, lively pubs, dazzling monuments, inspired art works and restaurant tables piled with superb Belgian and multicultural food. Antwerp is also famous for its art and fashion. Home of the Flemish Baroque master Rubens, the city not only boasts a wealth of outstanding museums, picturesque galleries, sculpted streets and beautiful architecture, it is also laced with refreshing greenery and urban haunts. Culture, history, education and innovation, a vibrant nightlife and world class shopping,  it’s all part of the unique identity of Antwerp.

Personal coaching

Yes, we care

During your exchange you can count on a whole support team to truly make you feel at home at Thomas More. The International Office, the International Support Team, your 'buddy', your International Coordinator, Student Services (STUVO), all of our lecturers and many more will personally guide you to ensure that you blend in from the beginning and prosper so that we help you to deploy and nurture your talents. You will never feel alone.

Got questions?

International Coordinator

Kirsten Schraeyen

For all your questions on courses and Learning Agreements +32 3 432 19 49
International Office

Marleen Van Remoortere

For all your questions on practical and administrative issues +32 3 432 19 75
International Office

Hannelore Vervoort

For all your questions on the application procedure & practical arrangements. +32 14 56 21 56