Université Libre de Bruxelles

Brussels, Belgium

No. Students: 20,000
Funding type: Public
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The Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) is a multicultural university with almost one third of its students and researchers from abroad. ULB turns international into a daily reality, the setting for life and work on campus, just like Brussels itself, one of the worlds most cosmopolitan cities. This inter-cultural approach started with Africa in the middle of the 20th century, and today involves every continent. The University has 20% Europeans and 10% from the rest of the world in its student body. Promoted by the various European mobility programmes, cooperation with both industrialised and emerging countries, which always existed in research, is now undergoing a true boom. Beyond the many student exchanges (Erasmus in Europe, bilateral agreements elsewhere in the world), ULB is setting up an increasing number of truly integrated courses with international partners, going as far as jointly granting Masters and Doctoral degrees. Some of these courses have been awarded the prestigious Erasmus Mundus label.


The ULB comprises three main campuses: the Campus de la Plaine in Ixelles, the Campus du Solbosch, on the territories of Brussels and Ixelles municipalities, in the Brussels-Capital Region and the Campus Erasme (faculty of medicine) in Anderlecht beside the Erasmus Hospital but the university also has buildings and activities in Charleroi on the Aéropole Science Park, Parentville, Treignes and Nivelles.

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