The Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles, began life in 1858 as a Philosophy Department in the Institut Saint-Louis. This department was set up to offer courses that prepared prospective law students for the ‘candidature’ exam, a pre-requisite for law degrees at the time, and which were then based on the study of philosophy and literature.
Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles will provide you with the basic training, as well as a certain level of specialisation in your chosen field. At the same time, we will develop your faculty for critical reasoning; a faculty which is, by definition, the very hallmark of a university education.
Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles boasts 4 Faculties spanning the spectrum of the human and social sciences and an Institute for European Studies. Together, they offer a broad range of Bachelor’s, Master’s and Specialised Master’s, and Doctoral degree programmes, as well as numerous lifelong and executive courses.
University teaching goes hand in hand with a consistent scientific research work, that feeds it and allows it to be continuously updated.
Eighteen research centres are part of USL-B and cover the entire field of Humanities: Economics, Law, Political Sciences, Sociology, Literature, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, etc.A few key figures
If you are a student and you are looking for a job then the university’s Student and Social Affairs Service (SAES) is the place to go. The SAES centralises job offers and requests and can advise you on Belgian employment legislation.Within the university itself, there are a number of employment opportunities to suit different needs. You could opt for a job with regular hours, within the reprographics service, or in the library, for example.Or you could help out from time to time with administrative work, such as mailing, or work in a student support.
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Finding a place to live in Brussels is easy. The university itself offers ‘kots’ (i.e. individual rooms with shared facilities) and studios. You can also find rooms, studios, flats or apartments on the private market, either through individual landlords or agencies. The following links will help you:
Saint-Louis is a city university in a very special city: Brussels, the capital of Europe. If you’d like to learn more about Brussels, just follow our guide via the links below!
Brussels, the multicultural capital of Belgium, and of Europe, is a great place to live. It is actually a mosaic of different ‘quartiers’, each with a very distinctive feel.
In Brussels you’ll find everything you need to practice your favourite sport regularly at a wide range of sports facilities. If you enjoy running you can work out at any of several superb parks including the Bois de la Cambre and the Forêt de Soignes. Several fitness centres are also located near to the university.