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Universities

Funded by the Flemish government, teaching in Dutch and (for most post-graduate programs) in English:

  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel ('VUB') with its partner college Erasmushogeschool Brussel ('EhB'),
  • Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel ('HUB'), a recent merger between Brussels-based colleges European University College Brussels, VLEKHO, HONIM and a university, the Catholic University of Brussels (KUBrussel).

Funded by the government of the French Community, teaching in French (and for some post-graduate programs in English):

  • Universit√© Libre de Bruxelles, ('ULB'), Brussels
  • Universit√© Catholique de Louvain's medical campus

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