Is there any English speaking university in Brussels?

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JohnAvg
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..British or American?
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http://www.brussels.uibs.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_University_Brussels
http://www.solvay.edu/
http://www.hubrussel.be/smartsite.dws?ch=IEE&id=11451
http://www.kubrussel.ac.be/english/index.htm
http://www.vesalius.edu/academics

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i'm not gonna look up all for you
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...ies_in_Belgium

but the best belgian unviersity is KU Leuven anyway and they offer courses in english too
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I currently live in Belgium (but I'm not a belgian! :yep: ) and in my knowledge, there isn't any courses with "only" english. There must be either french (ULB, Universite Libre de Bruxelles) or dutch (Katholische Universiteit Leuven) in the program.
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(Original post by Jyc921)
I currently live in Belgium (but I'm not a belgian! :yep: ) and in my knowledge, there isn't any courses with "only" english. There must be either french (ULB, Universite Libre de Bruxelles) or dutch (Katholische Universiteit Leuven) in the program.
i know as a fact thats not true
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I believe Vesalius college is an entirely english speaking university, but I wouldn't recommend it, it hasn't a good reputation at all in Belgium. But KLL is right, Leuven, Gent etc. have also english programs. best of luck and enjoy belgium
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I know that some programs at the Solvay Business School (ULB) are all in English. In my university (UCL, which is Université Catholique de Louvain, NOT University of Central London) some programs are mainly taught in English.
For further info : http://www.uclouvain.be/en-index.html
Just a little bit of promotion : UCL is very friendly university, with great parties, in the center of pedestrian city.
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i lived in some random bavarian town with a bog-standard university- & there were loads of foreign students who were taking courses in english (for international students)-
so I'm sure there are courses even if there aren't actual english-language institutions
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OP most of the English language degrees are at MA level only. If you want a full u/g degree taught in English then I think Vesalius is the only option but I'd agree with Didi - it hasn't got a great local reputation.
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I'd go for Ghent uni rather than one in Brussels man, Ghent is the ****!
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(Original post by Didi Kule)
I believe Vesalius college is an entirely english speaking university, but I wouldn't recommend it, it hasn't a good reputation at all in Belgium. But KLL is right, Leuven, Gent etc. have also english programs. best of luck and enjoy belgium

Hi there,

I have also been on the lookout for English speaking programs in Belgium, or at least English and French bilingual programs. I'm curious as to why Versalius has a bad reputation? I can certainly believe it, since a lot of the international universities/English speaking universities in Europe don't have the best reputation i.e American University of Rome, or American University of Paris. Thank you!

Also, do you know if there are any schools in Ghent which offer programs in English?
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Vesalius and Boston are the only ones I know - check out the University Colleges in the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Utrecht, Maastricht) - they offer 3yr bachelors programs in English.
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Hey there , I am a current AS student which has recently started the British system studies , and I am really curious to know if there is any English speaking universities with medical studies in Belgium , Brussels , it is , therefore, not important if it was British or American , and English speaking school is enough and it's also fine if there should be a second language , like french , I have made some researches but I did not find satisfying or more correctly sufficient information, I would highly appreciate if you could help me with some information , thank you
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I am a student at Vesalius College, which is an entirely English speaking university, in the style of an American liberal arts college. It offers programs in International Affairs, International and European Law, Business, and Communications. Its a great school with phenomenal professors and adjunct lecturers from all of the international institutions (Commission, NATO, EEAS, etc) in Brussels
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(Original post by svs12)
I am a student at Vesalius College, which is an entirely English speaking university, in the style of an American liberal arts college. It offers programs in International Affairs, International and European Law, Business, and Communications. Its a great school with phenomenal professors and adjunct lecturers from all of the international institutions (Commission, NATO, EEAS, etc) in Brussels
Hello, is Vesalius college the same as VUB? I mean I know the VUB is the parent school, but are you considered to be VUB’s student?
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