LLM in International and European Law

Programme and curriculum

The LLM in International and European Law (60 ECTS – 1 year, from end September until early July) is a law degree at Advanced Master level organised in Brussels, the capital of Belgium and Europe.

This LLM programme was established in 1971 and has an alumni network of over 1300 lawyers from 110  countries. International audits and the leading positions of its graduates in various international organisations attest to the programme's excellence.

To celebrate the programme’s 50th anniversary, we have exceptionally made available for our applicants enrolling in September 2022, a special Anniversary Waiver Package (AWP50), allowing each qualifying candidate entry into the programme, regardless of his/her financial means. See the Tuition and Scholarships section below for further details.

This innovative LLM’s curriculum offers the best of both worlds: on the one hand, it provides solid foundations in the core areas of international and European law, building on the strengths of the programme’s 50-year history. On the other, the new curriculum offers its students a holistic approach of today’s emerging global legal challenges, focusing on the following three challenges: sustainability – social inclusiveness & human rights – digitalisation.

The new curriculum, applicable as of the 2022-2023 academic year, reinforces the skills you will need in your career in order to prepare LLM students to assume leading positions in an interconnected world where legal areas are increasingly interlinked. Students will acquire a multidisciplinary perspective and will receive a very versatile training, covering the various roles that they can take on professionally, be it legal advisor, policy maker, negotiator, data or sustainability consultant, human rights defender, or researcher.

The Brussels School of Governance hosts important research projects funded by the EU in topics such as sustainability, climate policies, the role of the EU in the world politics, digitalisation, and migration and diversity, among other topics. This environment allows LLM students to learn about developments in these topics directly from those who are leading the field.

Studying in Brussels offers students some unique advantages that could just give them the edge in achieving their career goals. The students will benefit from the immediate vicinity of EU institutions and numerous international organisations, law firms, NGOs and companies, where several professors are working.

Limited class size ensures high interaction amongst professors and students, who are of truly versatile international backgrounds.

The Brussels School of Governance is an alliance between the Institute for European Studies (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Vesalius College. This LLM is a programme that is organised by the Institute for European Studies, a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, and of which the degree will be awarded by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB).

 

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Description of skills courses and possible career paths

Key features

  • Innovative LLM with holistic approach of contemporary global legal challenges, focusing on sustainability – social inclusiveness & human rights – digitalisation
  • Versatile training. Students will be able to assume key responsibilities in interconnected areas that require highly specialised legal knowledge, leadership skills and intercultural approaches
  • Taught at the Brussels School of Governance, a leading institute in policy and fundamental research of the highest quality in an international context. Its President, former EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht, is one of the professors in the LLM.
  • The Brussels School of Governance’s central location in Brussels, which allows the programme to benefit from the knowledge and networks of professors working at the EU and other institutions and law firms in Brussels. Teaching staff includes a former European Trade Commissioner, the President of the Litigation Chamber at the Belgian Data Protection Authority, a Deputy Director-General (DG Competition) in the European Commission, a Chief Legal Officer at the EEAS, a partner in an international law firm, and renowned researchers
  • ​Cutting-edge education. It is an exclusively advanced master: basics of international and European law are a prerequisite
  • Experience: programme of excellence established in 1971 
  • Limited class size ensures high interaction and close contacts among students and with the professors, helping create true bonds that last
  • Alumni network of over 1300 lawyers from 110 countries 
  • Supported by the expertise of our Office for Teaching, Learning and Innovation to accommodate sophisticated blended teaching methods 

 

Academic Calendar

The programme follows the academic calendar of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). The first day of classes of the 2022-23 academic year is Monday 26 September 2022.

 

Curriculum

The LLM in International and European law is a 60 ECTS Advanced Master’s degree obtained in one academic year. The curriculum as described below is the new curriculum applicable as of the 2022-2023 academic year (click here for the 2021-2022 curriculum).

The LLM has three components: the first block deals with core contemporary areas of international and European Law, with a total of 18 ECTS. The second block trains students on the major challenges of the interconnected global and cross-cutting areas: sustainability, social inclusiveness and human rights, and digitalisation. Each of these areas is weighted equally, i.e. 9 credits for a total of 27 ECTS. The third (research) block of 15 credits consists of writing a Master’s thesis on a topic chosen by the student, with personalised guidance during the process.

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  Semester ECTS Study time

  I. Core Contemporary Areas

 

 

 

  EU Constitutional Law and Judicial Protection

  - Youri Devuyst and Dirk Arts

  1

  3

90h

  Legal Aspects of EU External Relations

  - Karel De Gucht

  2

  3

90h  

  International Economic Law

  - Frank Hoffmeister

  1

  3

90h

  EU Economic Law

  - Tony Joris 

  1

  3

90h

  EU Competition Law

  - Ben Smulders

  1

  3

90h

  Case Study on EU Competition Law

  - Tony Joris

2

3

90h

  II. Global Legal Challenges

 

 

 

  II.1. Sustainability

 

 

 

  Global Governance and Sustainable Development

  - Servaas Van Thiel and Liliana Lizarazo Rodriguez

  1

  3

90h

  International and EU Environmental Law

  - Harri Kalimo

  1

  3

90h

  Practice of EU Environmental Policymaking

  - Harri Kalimo

  2

  3

90h

  II.2. Social Inclusiveness and Human Rights

 

 

 

  International and European Protection of Human Rights

  - Serge Gutwirth

  1

  3

90h

  Practice of Human Rights Protection

  - Stefaan Smis

  2

  3

90h

  International and European Migration and Asylum Law

  - TBD

  1

  3

90h

  II.3. Digitalisation

 

 

 

  International and European Data Protection Law

  - Hielke Hijmans

  2

  3

90h

  European Law and the Digital Transformation

  - Vagelis Papakonstantinou and Joris van Hoboken

  2

  3

90h

  International and European Taxation

  - Marie Lamensch

  2

  3

90h

  III. Research

 

 

 

  Thesis

  1-2

  15

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STEP approach

At the BSoG, we offer our students a unique educational experience, based on what we call the STEP approach to teaching and learning: our programmes are Student-centered, have a solid Theoretical knowledge base, their educational Excellence is guaranteed, and they are strongly Practice-oriented. It makes our School a prominent hub for the study of European and global challenges, from the BA right up to the PhD level. Find out what STEP can offer you.

 

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Success stories

  • This LLM offers theoretical and practical insights into European and International law from both practitioners and academics alike. It is academically stimulating and acts as a solid basis for those who wish to pursue a career in these areas of law, especially those who dream of a career within the European institutions. Expect to be challenged from day one, but also to reap the rewards that this LLM offers. Such rewards include the opportunity to make both life-long friends and contacts with those working in the field.  

    Alison O' Riordan (Ireland)
    LLM alumna (2021)
  • “The enriching academic year I spent attending this LLM in Brussels really surpassed my expectations, revealing itself as of unparalleled quality and interest. After my legal studies in Rome, this Master has given a completely different, multifaceted and tailored dimension to my career perspectives in European and International affairs. It constitutes a strong and valuable basis for my professional future. Thanks to this LLM I look forward to the next challenges with absolute confidence!”

    Eleonora Camela (Italy)
    LLM alumna (2019)
  • "PILC was for me an eye opener as to the importance of the law for the orderly conduct of affairs between individuals and states and sparked a profound life-long interest in EU law."

    Eugene Regan
    Judge, European Court of Justice, PILC ‘79
Admission requirements

Each year we make a careful selection of maximum 40 students from all over the world, based on the following requirements:

  • Students are eligible to apply when they have either (1) obtained a MA in Law (5 years / 300 ECTS), or (2) if they have obtained, in accordance with the regulations of the country where the diploma is issued, a final law degree that provides access to the legal profession or to the qualifying exams for admission to the Bar, even if that law degree is less than 300 ECTS. The equivalence of foreign degrees will be decided by the Academic Board of the Programme.
     
  • Students are selected by the Academic Board of the Programme on the basis of an overall assessment of their profiles, including their academic qualifications, work and other relevant experience, motivation as well as the required level of proficiency in English (see below).

Language requirements

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The Programme’s language of instruction is English. As a starting point, every student who applies must provide recent certified proof of proficiency in English, by means of one of the 5 tests with the required minimum level or score indicated below:

  • TOEFL test [min. score 233 (computer-based) min. score 90 (internet-based) min.score 577 (paper-based)]
  • Academic IELTS: 7.0
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English – CPE
  • Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English – CAE (grade B)
  • ITACE (at the VUB) – C1

If English is the candidate’s mother tongue or if the candidate has completed his or her entire legal education in English, he or she will be waived from having to produce recent certified proof of proficiency in English. In the case of the entire legal education, please include in your application a document issued by the university proving that all courses were taught in English. We also reserve the right to assess the level of language skills separately in unclear cases.

 

Can I already apply when the result of the English test is not yet known or if I have not yet obtained my degree?

Yes. Even if you are still in the process of obtaining your law degree, you can already apply and should indicate this information in the ‘Current and previous higher education section’ of the application form, mentioning the date (as precisely as possible) by which you will obtain the degree. If the Academic Board then decides that you meet all other admission criteria you will be accepted on the condition that you provide us with your diploma and transcript at the very latest before the Programme starts and that you obtain the required grades to start the programme.

The same applies to the English language test certificate: if you have not obtained this certificate yet, you can nevertheless already apply. If the Academic Board then decides that you meet all other admission criteria you will be accepted on the condition that you provide us with your English certificate, theoretically at the very latest before the Programme starts, but preferably as soon as possible, as your place in the programme is only confirmed once you have sent us this certificate and once you have confirmed your place by e-mail and by payment, as mentioned in the acceptance letter.

We advise strongly against leaving this to the last minute, however, as there are for example only limited dates when the official language tests are organised. As soon as you have obtained your diploma or certificate, please send a certified copy of it to us by e-mail. In addition, please send us details of your grades from the previous academic years and mention on the application form the precise date by which you will obtain the degree and/or when you will sit the English test.

 

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Deadlines and application process

General guidelines and recommendations

  • The application process for the LLM in International and European Law at the Brussels School of Governance (BSoG) is a two-phased one. In the first phase, students are assessed by the BSoG Selection Committee, based on a number of submitted documents (see Document checklist).  In the second phase, students who have been accepted in Phase 1 need to formally register online with the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), which is the degree-awarding entity for this programme.
  • We recommend prospective students to apply as soon as possible to maximize the chances of being admitted. You can apply, even if you will receive your degree or English language test certificate only later. You need to have completed all the requirements prior to the start of the Programme.
  • We accept and review applications starting in October. Example: students can apply for the 2022-23 academic year as of October 2021.
  • Our application deadlines are strict, meaning that late applications will lead to the applicant not being able to start the programme.

Concrete deadlines to be observed

  • Non-EEA students: The following strict deadlines must be observed by non-EEA students for the two phases mentioned above:
    • Phase 1: In order to qualify for September 2022 enrolment, a complete application file must be submitted to the Brussels School of Governance (on https://www.llminbrussels.eu/application/) by Wednesday 20 April 2022 (23:59 in the CEST time zone at the latest)
    • Phase 2: In order to qualify for September 2022 enrolment, online registration at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) must be completed by Saturday 30 April 2022 (23:59 in the CEST time zone at the latest).

In Phase 1, the Brussels School of Governance aims at providing non-EEA applicants with a decision within two weeks from receiving their complete application file. However, for applications submitted on or just before the 20 April 2022 deadline, we will make sure to communicate the result of our assessment to these applicants in the course of the following week, so that they have sufficient time to complete Phase 2 (instructions on how to do so will be included in the acceptance letter following Phase 1).

  • EEA students: The following strict deadlines must be observed by EEA students for the two phases mentioned above:
    • Phase 1: In order to qualify for September 2022 enrolment, a complete application file must be submitted to the Brussels School of Governance (on https://www.llminbrussels.eu/application/) by Sunday 21 August 2022 (23:59 in the CEST time zone at the latest)
    • Phase 2: In order to qualify for September 2022 enrolment, online registration at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) must be completed by Wednesday 31 August 2022 (23:59 in the CEST time zone at the latest).

In Phase 1, the Brussels School of Governance aims at providing EEA applicants with a decision within two weeks from receiving their complete application file. However, for applications submitted on or just before the 21 August 2022 deadline, we will make sure to communicate the result of our assessment to these applicants in the course of the following week, so that they have sufficient time to complete Phase 2 (instructions on how to do so will be included in the acceptance letter following Phase 1).

To apply, please click the ‘Apply here’ button at the top of this page, which will take you to a page on a website dedicated to this programme, on which you will find the application form, as well as a checklist of the documents and information we require from you to assess your application.

Application process

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Before you apply: check our admission requirements!

Before applying, be sure to check the admission requirements above. It is essential that you make sure that you meet these requirements before applying (or are in the process of meeting them in your current studies). Failure to meet these requirements will in any case lead to a rejected application.

 

How to apply + next steps

  1. Pay the application fee of 50 EUR either by credit card, or bank transfer:
    ING BANK, Kroonlaan 449, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
    IBAN: BE47 3630 6344 2080
    BIC/SWIFT: BBRUBEBB
    Account holder: VUB-IES
    (Please make sure that in the comments section of your payment you mention ‘LLM application fee’ + your name)
    For international transfers, the main office of the bank is: ING Bank, Marnixlaan 24, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium.

  2. Send your complete application (see document checklist below)

  3. We aim at providing you with a decision within three weeks from receiving your complete application AND your payment of the 50 EUR application fee. You will receive our decision by e-mail.

    If offered a place on the programme, you will receive an e-mail with a digital copy of your (either or not conditional) acceptance letter, including information on the tuition fee payment. After having been accepted and first instalment or full fees having been settled, you will be invited to register online at the VUB university.

 

Document checklist

Please ensure that you send a complete file, including all of the documents below that are applicable to your situation (e.g. if English is your mother tongue, you do not need to send us the English proficiency certificate (E1). When sending in these documents, please make sure the file names start with the codes indicated in the table below (A1, A2, B1, etc.).

  • A1. The application form duly completed and signed (incl. its completed and signed Annex 1)
  • A2. A complete and up-to-date CV
  • B1. Official copy of the candidate’s final law degree, if available (If you are still in the process of obtaining your law degree, you can already apply and should indicate this information in section 2 of this form.)
  • C1. Official copy of academic transcripts of the candidate’s relevant previous degree
  • C2. Translation (certified) of academic transcript if not in English, Dutch, French or German languages
  • E1. Recent English proficiency certificate, if applicable and available (see section 4 of the application form for further details). If you require such a certificate but have not obtained it yet, you can nevertheless already apply. If our Academic Board then decides that you meet all other admission criteria you will be accepted on the condition that you provide us with your certificate at the very latest before the Programme starts.
  • P1. Copy of passport or identity document
  • P2. Photograph of candidate
  • W1. For applications for a waiver, a separate motivation including documented evidence of need.
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Tuition and scholarships

Please note that when applying, a 50 EUR application fee is due, which is not refundable but will be deducted from your tuition fee when you enrol in the programme. See the 'Deadlines and application process' section on this page for payment instructions.

The tuition fee is €13,000 for academic year 2022-23 (including e.g. a field trip to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg and a visit to the European Commission). It excludes the cost for study materials. The above is applicable to both EU and non-EU students.

We have a scholarship system in place in the shape of comprehensive and partial tuition fee waivers, that allows a tuition fee reduction. To celebrate the programme’s 50th anniversary, we have exceptionally made available for our applicants enrolling in September 2022, a special Anniversary Waiver Package (AWP50), to allow each qualifying candidate entry into the programme, regardless of his/her financial means.

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How does the waiver system work and how can I apply for a waiver?

Scholarships: (partial) tuition fee waivers

The LLM Programme offers a number of scholarships that take the form of comprehensive or partial tuition fee waivers. These waivers aim at ensuring that applicants with different backgrounds and financial means are able to access the Programme. As such, they are an important element in the Programme’s diversity from viewpoints such as gender, culture and geography.

A waiver can be applied for by submitting the separate Waiver Application Form along with the LLM application form (See 'Deadlines and application process' section). Applications for a waiver are assessed separately from, and have no impact on the assessment of, the applicant’s admission to the programme. The waiver application is assessed using the criteria of merit and financial need and waivers will be awarded to the most deserving candidates, while paying attention to the geographic balance between the students. For the September 2022 intake, our AWP50 package will exceptionally allow us to accommodate a larger number of waiver requests. 

If a waiver is granted, its amount will depend on the applicant's demonstrated merit and financial need. If the student accepts the waiver offer, he/she must pay the €1,000 annual registration fee within three weeks of receiving the waiver offer for the offer to remain valid.

Students who re-enroll after one year of studies can also apply for a waiver, unless they have been judged to have committed fraud during their exams or in their master thesis. A student who was granted a waiver may, as all other students, defer his/her participation in the Programme to the next academic year, but will then need to re-apply for a waiver.

University scholarships

The Vrije Universiteit Brussel yearly awards a number of scholarships for advanced studies at Master or Advanced Master level. The candidates are also advised to carefully explore the possibilities of obtaining financial assistance in their home countries. For more information, please see the Vrije Universiteit Brussel’s Scholarships webpage.

Other scholarships may be available from the following sources:

  • Rotary Foundation Fellowships may be available. Candidates should contact the Rotary Foundation within their district.
  • Within the framework of bilateral cultural agreements concluded by Belgium or the Flemish Community, fellowships are offered to students in a number of countries. Interested students should inquire directly with the relevant Ministry in their home country or the Belgian Embassy.
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FAQ

Which entity awards the degree of this programme?

How to apply for a visa?

What happens after I applied?

When do I get a VUB student card?

Is accommodation provided by the University or should it be arranged individually?

Can I combine work and studies?

Where can I find more information about campus and facilities?

Is there a possibility to follow language courses at the VUB?

Will I get career advice as a student?

Which teaching and exam regulations are applicable?

What are the cancellation terms?

May I demonstrate sufficient financial support for visa purposes using a ‘blocked account’ with the IES?

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Which entity awards the degree of this programme?

The Brussels School of Governance is an alliance between the Institute for European Studies (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Vesalius College. This LLM in international and European law is a programme of which the degree will be awarded by Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB).

 

How to apply for a visa?

As you will undoubtedly want to travel during your stay in Brussels, we strongly recommend that you ask for a long-stay Schengen Visa, or ‘Type D’ Schengen Visa, which will allow you to travel hassle-free to any of the countries within the Schengen region and to make multiple entries into Belgium. This type of visa is not issued by all embassies/consulates. Please contact the Belgian embassy or consulate nearest to you for details on specific procedures and requirements. Click here for more information about visa regulations.

 

 

What happens after I applied?

We aim at providing you with a decision within three weeks from receiving your complete application AND your payment of the 50 EUR application fee. You will receive our decision by e-mail. In case of acceptance to the programme, this e-mail will contain practical info about the next steps (pre-registration fee / tuition fee payment, cost of living, etc.).

 

When do I get my VUB student card?

Upon your registration with the academic administration, you will get a VUB student card.

 

Is accommodation provided by the University or should it be arranged individually?

Due to a limited number of rooms on campus, the Vrije Universiteit Brussel cannot provide housing for all international students and scholars. Hence they are advised to find other means of accommodation in Belgium, preferably prior to departure.
The Br(ik organisation aims to create a network of safe, reliable housing. The landlords and the accommodations linked to Br(ik, must meet criteria set by Br(ik and in case of problems between the landlord and the tenant, the Br(ik organisation can intervene.

Prearranged housing is only available for VLIR-UOS scholars who are registered for one or two year master programmes. All other students and scholars are advised to seek transit, short term or long term housing prior to departure. It is recommended that the search for accommodation is started as soon as the letter of acceptance or invitation has been received.

For more information, please visit: https://student.vub.be/en/housing#housing-in-brussels

Contact: international.relations@vub.ac.be

 

 

Can I combine work and studies?

The LLM is a full-time daytime programme and attendance at classes is required. Therefore, studying the programme at the same time as working part-time is strongly discouraged and allowed only in exceptional circumstances, with the permission of the Programme Director. To be granted the right to work part time while studying, we also require a letter stating that your employer gives you permission to attend the courses.

 

Where can I find more information about campus and facilities?

The School is located on the campus of the Vrije Univeriteit Brussel (VUB), a green campus in Etterbeek in Brussels. Modern sports facilities with sports halls, tennis and squash courts, and a swimming pool can all be found on site. Monthly gym subscriptions are available at Basic Fit, a modern and well-equipped gym right on campus. The student restaurant offers a large choice of meals and snacks at self-service counters. The campus is easy to reach by train, tram, bus or metro from the city centre or the outskirts of Brussels. Also the school offers the opportunity to attend career seminars and individual coaching sessions and psychological counselling (free of charge) as well. Click here for more informations about campus life, services & facilities and Living in Brussels.

 

 

Is there a possibility to follow language courses at the VUB?

Yes. There are two possibilities:
BRUSSELS EDUCATION CENTER C.V.O – Day and evening language courses: VUB Campus – Pleinlaan 2 – Building D (Room D.1.33)
phone : +32 (0)2/629.39.08
website : https://www.cvosemper.be/en/?en

OR

ITO : University Language Institute – Pleinlaan 5 – 3° floor
phone : +32 (0)2/629.26.07
e-mail : secritow@vub.ac.be

 

Will I get career advice as a student?

The VUB offers IES students a unique career advice service. Its Career Centre’s clients include the European Commission. Its services include CV editing, interview preparation and general career advice.
For more information:
e-mail: info@vubcareercenter.be
tel: +32 2 629 11 88
or immediately sign up here.

 

Which teaching and exam regulations are applicable?

The Brussels School of Governance is an alliance between the Institute for European Studies (Vrije Universiteit Brussel - VUB) and Vesalius College. This LLM in International and European Law is a programme of which the degree will be awarded by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). Hence, the VUB Teaching and Exam Regulations apply, complemented by a set of regulations specifically applicable to programmes organised by the Institute for European Studies / Brussels School of Governance. The latest version of the VUB Teaching and Exam Regulations can be consulted here (in Dutch) and here (in English). The latest version of the VUB Teaching and Exam Regulations with Institute for European Studies / Brussels School of Governance complements can be consulted here (in Dutch). Please note that English versions of Teaching and Exam Regulations are made available for information only. They are not official documents and no rights can be derived from them.

 

What are the cancellation terms?

In case of cancellation before the start of the academic year, any tuition fees already paid will be reimbursed, with the exception of the 1,000€ pre-registration fee. Cancellations after the start of the academic year but before 1 December will result in a reimbursement of 50% of the total tuition fee minus the 1,000€ pre-registration fee, unless the student has received a maximum waiver in which case no tuition fees will be reimbursed. Cancellations after 1 December will not be reimbursed.

The pre-registration fee​ (1.000€) on any Brussels School of Governance programme is non-refundable, unless cancellation in a programme is due to events beyond the control of the applicant, otherwise known as force majeure (for example, if the student applied for a visa but was unable to obtain it, or if due to medical reasons the required previous degree was not obtained). In those cases, the full pre-registration fee will be refunded.

 

May I demonstrate sufficient financial support for visa purposes using a ‘blocked account’ with the IES?

Yes, the IES allows students to opt for a blocked account for visa purposes. The amount is linked to the duration of the student’s stay in Belgium and it is proof that you have sufficient financial income or support for the duration of your stay. This must cover your healthcare, living, study and accommodation costs as well as the cost of your return ticket. This can be in the form of a certificate stating you have received a grant or scholarship, an agreement of financial responsibility from your sponsor, or your personal bank statement showing sufficient funds. More information can be found on the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, here. Students who have been accepted to one of our programmes can inquire more about this option directly with our Financial Department at ies.finances@vub.be

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Have a question about this programme? Ask our alumni…

If you want to know more about our programme, who better to ask than the people who have recently finished it? The alumni below are available to provide you with their honest, first-hand feedback!

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