Vesalius College is looking for host families who are interested in welcoming our international students into their home! Hosting an international student is much more than providing a room and meal – you will be helping students integrate with Belgian culture, how to become a responsible individual, and you will also have an opportunity to learn […]
On May 12, Prof. Dr Joachim Koops, Dean of Vesalius College, was invited to the International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, which was held at the Embassy of Norway. He spoke about the ethics and security of drone warfare. To see more information about the event, please click here.
Prof. Dr. Svitlana Kobzar, Head of International Affairs Dept., has been invited to an event organized by Royal Higher Institute for Defence on May 21. She will be speaking on the topic: “The Ukraine Crisis: a Break-Out from the post-Cold War order.”
Vesalius College has been featured in Graduate Guide UK. Please click here to read the article.
On May 7, 10 students from SHAPE school in Mons visited Vesalius College to experience what it is like to be a student at VeCo. This “student for a day” programme consists of a lecture, information session (on Study Abroad and Internships), lunch at the university cafeteria and campus tour with the current VeCo students. Students […]
Vesalius College has been featured in iStudy Guide Europe. Please click here to read the article.
VeCo is looking for a new Finance Manager (50%). For more information about the position, please click here.
Vesalius College is thrilled to announce its new Study Abroad Exchange partner – Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific Universityin, or APU, in Beppu, Japan! APU was founded in April 2000, in collaboration between the Ritsumeikan Academy, Oita Prefecture and Beppu City. Just like VeCo, the APU campus is a truly multicultural and multilingual environment. With over 5500 undergraduate students and […]
On April 29, Tony White, Senior Press Officer in the NATO Media Operations Centre, came to the VeCo campus to share his expertise in Press and Media. He highlighted that communication is about being understood, and the importance of preparation, of messages being simple and correct, and the follow-up including measureing the effects. He also […]
On the 28th of April, Vesalius College had the pleasure of hosting the lecture on “Diplomatic Protocol in a Multinational Context” with guest speaker Mr. Günter Frommelt, Deputy Chief of Protocol for the Principality of Liechtenstein. In his lecture, Mr. Frommelt outlined the historical evolution of diplomatic protocol towards the familiar standardised practices in effect […]