From the 26th to the 29th of March, Vesalius College will be sending a delegation of five students from all three majors to represent France in the Model European Union, which is organized by the State University of New York. Over 120 students from across Europe and the US will gather to simulate a European […]
The summer internship catalogue is now available! To see the list of internship opportunities which are open to Vesalius College and Study Abroad students during Summer 2015, please click here.
Dr. Luciano Morganti, a Communications professor at VeCo, has been featured in the Bulletin, an English-language website which is very popular among the Brussels expats community. To read a full article, please click here.
Vesalius College has been featured in the Metro UK newspaper on March 12. Please click here to read an article.
Prof. Dr. Svitlana Kobzar has been invited to the Asan Plenum 2015, organized by the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, which will take place in Seoul, Korea from April 28-29. The theme of this year’s Asan Plenum is “Is the U.S. Back?” American decline has emerged as a powerful discourse in recent years. A decade […]
Prof. Dr. Caterina Carta co-edited a book “The European External Action Service and National Foreign Ministries.” This book assesses the impact of the creation of the European External Action Service (EEAS) on the national foreign policy-making processes and institutions of the EU member states.
On Tuesday 24th February, Vesalius College hosted the lecture “Intellectual Property Law: Why It Matters To Business” with Prof. Stephanie Gardner J.D. from our Business Department, and Mr. Bruno Vandermeulen, an Intellectual Property litigation lawyer and partner at Bird & Bird, Belgium. The lecture provided an comprehensive overview of the prevailing three intellectual property rights […]
On Thursday 19th February, Vesalius College organised the lecture ‘Back to the Future? Making Sense of Referendum Debate in the UK,’ with Dr. Andrew Glencross, Lecturer in International Politics from University of Stirling (UK). During the lecture, he pointed out the past and current situation in the UK and its potential relations with the EU.
The book launch of “Mapping European Foreign Correspondence“, edited by Prof. Dr. Georgios Terzis, Head of the Communications Department at Vesalius College, took place on Monday, Febaruary 23 at the Brussels Press Club. This book represents the first Pan-European study of foreign correspondents and their reporting. It includes chapters from 27 countries, and it aims to study […]
On 28 January (Wed), Vesalius College and the London School of Economics (LSE) co-organized an international workshop on the changing nature of European Diplomacy. Held at the LSE’s European Union Foreign Policy Centre, in front of a diverse audience of 70 students, diplomacy experts and senior governmental officials, the event examined the successes and failures of […]