Academic Programmes in English on the Brussels campus
Interested in applying for the next academic year 2014-2015? We have the first of our Skype office hours on Thursday 12 December, 1.30 pm- 2:30pm CET. If you have specific questions, send us a contact request so you can participate to Skype ID: HUBrussels
Academic degree programmes in English are taught at the Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB). There is also an advanced Master in Intellectual Property in English available from the Faculty of Law.
NEW! Academic degree programmes in Brussels in English in the Faculty of Economics and Business as of this next academic year 2013-2014 will be receiving an academic degree from KU Leuven. The K.U.Leuven Association is the largest association in Flanders, headed by Flanders' oldest university. 66,000 students in 23 cities scattered around Flanders offer an impressive network of Belgian and international partners.
Studying in the capital of Europe
Our campus is located in central Brussels, ‘the capital of Europe’, a city hosting the European Commission, the European Parliament, NATO and many diplomatic missions and international organizations. In addition the many international firms and financial institutions that have their HQ in Brussels making the city one of the world’s biggest financial markets.
Due to the presence of those international organisations and companies, the population of Brussels is truly cosmopolitan. As each group brings its own culture and religion along, languages of all the corners of the world are spoken within a few square kilometers. Officially, Brussels has a bilingual status (Dutch-French), however English is fast becoming the lingua franca.
Internationalisation as top priority
Our mission statement emphasizes internationalization as one of its top priorities. We encourages, establishes and maintains academic and professional relations with people, institutes, organizations and research centres of different countries and cultural backgrounds. Our programme has built up an impressive network of European partners, which enables student and faculty mobility, for example within the Life-Long Learning Programme.
Interact with us!
See our YouTube videos in English, hear how other students are enjoying their Brussels experience!
If you have any questions, please get in touch with us via email@example.com. We will be happy to help you.
Find out why you should study with us in Brussels in the following movies by professor Alea Fairchild and MIBEM student Sarah Virkler.