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Permanent exhibition - GUM

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Free or with a student discount!

Visits to the GUM are completely free for:Young people under the age of 19Ghent University studentsIf you are a student aged 19 or over at an institution other...
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History of Medicine subcollection

The items in this collection are silent witnesses to the pioneering age of modern medicine. For example, it includes the collection of instruments of psychology...
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The special collections of the GUM and Ghent University

From a Tasmanian Tiger to a Dogon mask, the first Bakelite and a cork model of the Pantheon to a biomimetic model of a seahorse tail... The GUM can draw on an e...
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The GUM for secondary education

Tours GUM Tour - IMPACTScience and societyTour for first to sixth year secondary school pupilsWe examine how science is connected with society, from medicine to...
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Help the GUM as a volunteer or working student

The GUM needs working students on a regular basis. Find out more at Ghent University Job Service. Keep an eye on our social media, as we also put out calls for...
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Salon

A museum can generate many different impressions. The GUM offers a place where you can catch your breath for a while. In the SALON, you can simply press the hyp...
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Internships and final projects at the GUM and Botanical Garden

As a student, are you fascinated by what we do? If so, the GUM might be the ideal place for your internship, Bachelor's or Master's project. Or who knows, you m...
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Research into/using the collections

The GUM can draw on an enormous variety of items for its permanent and temporary exhibitions. Together, they form the academic heritage collection of the GUM an...
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GUM: a new science museum in Ghent

A green gem for science near the future museum square The GUM - Ghent University Museum - and the Ghent Botanical Garden are joining forces at a unique location...
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