MBA

KU Leuven

5.00 / 5

Introduction

  Information: In 2025, KU Leuven will celebrate its six hundredth anniversary. This makes it, together with its sister university UC Louvain, one of the oldest universities in Europe. It is also the oldest university in the Netherlands and in the whole world of all the Catholic universities in existence. The University of Louvain was officially founded by the bull published by Pope Martin V on December 9, 1425. The city of Louvain, with the support of Duke John IV of Brabant and the municipal clergy, had requested authorization for the foundation . At KU Leuven, teaching and research takes place in almost all disciplines. Education is organized by 15 faculties. Research takes place in departments and research groups. The faculties and departments are organized into 3 groups: Human Sciences, Science and Technology and Biomedical Sciences. KU Leuven has 14 campuses spread across 10 cities in Flanders. Doctoral courses are organized in doctoral schools. Research takes place in departments and research groups. With a university-wide policy plan, KU Leuven sets a clear goal and direction for further development as an ambitious, internationally oriented and research-intensive university for years to come.   1- TRULY INTERNATIONAL 2- FUTURE-FOCUSED EDUCATION 3- GO DIGITAL. 4- INTERDISCIPLINARITY 5- DURABILITY Partnership : Besides the university, KU Leuven also includes the University Hospitals (UZ Leuven) and the Knowledge and Technology Transfer Service (LRD). They work in collaboration with renowned universities, research institutes, organizations and companies at home and abroad. Mission: KU Leuven is an autonomous university. It was founded in 1425. It was born of and has grown within the Catholic tradition. From its Christian view of the world and the human, KU Leuven endeavours to be a place for open discussion of social, philosophical and ethical issues and a critical centre of reflection in and for the Catholic community. KU Leuven encourages personal initiative and critical reflection in a culture of idea exchange, cooperation, solidarity and academic freedom. It pursues a proactive diversity policy for its students and staff. It aims to actively participate in public and cultural debate and in the advancement of a knowledge-based society. It puts its expertise to the service of society, with particular consideration for its most vulnerable members. KU Leuven carries out its academic activities at various campuses, research parks and hospital facilities in close cooperation with the members of the KU Leuven Association and with its hospital partners. Programs:

  • Bachelor Programs
  • Master Programs 
  • Advanced Master’s Program
  • PhD
When to apply? 
  • For BACHELOR'S, MASTER'S PROGRAMMES AND POSTGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH :
 1 March for applications of non-EEA citizens  1 June for applications of EEA citizens  1 June for applications of non-EEA citizens living in Belgium with a valid     residence permit  
  • BACHELOR'S, MASTER'S AND POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES TAUGHT IN DUTCH:   
  1 February for applications of non-EEA citizens   1 June for applications of EEA citizens   1 June for applications of non-EEA citizens living in Belgium with a valid residence permit       
  • EXCHANGE STUDENTS: 
30 April for Exchange Students wishing to study at KU Leuven during the first semester Flexibility is guaranteed because of the current coronavirus crisis 1 October for students wishing to study at KU Leuven during the second semester   Contact: +32 16 324010  Oude Markt 13 - bus 5005 3000 Leuven BELGIUM

  • Paulo Bernardino

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    Rating: 5 / 5

    Provides all the required (and even more) structure, services and working environment for a good research to be developed. Excellent support for international students.

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