Reuters has published its top 100 most innovative universities in the world. In 7th place is one of our own Belgian universities: the KUL!
No less than 90% of Brussels start-up companies find the Belgian capital even more interesting than Paris, London or Berlin, thanks to its ability to bring in newcomers and its pro-business approach.
In order to stand up and be counted in the international academic world, you have to offer some fully English language courses.
Never before did the Belgian food industry record greater sales abroad than in 2018. Hardly surprising, when you consider that for us, the quality of our products comes first.
This year, UCLouvain professor Éric Lambin has been crowned with this particularly prestigious award for environmental science, more specifically for his research into global land use.
Not too surprisingly, it's comic strip hero Tintin.