Special Lecture: ‘Visual Presentations – How not to use a PowerPoint’

The first guest lecture of Spring 2016 for the VeCo students will be on ‘Visual Presentations: How not to use a PowerPoint’ by Dr. Vladimir Bratic. The lecture will take place at Vesalius College (VeCo 3) on January 25 (Mon) from 6pm-8pm. This lecture is free and open to the VeCo students only (no registration needed). This is an […]

Certificate course in Editorial & Writing, Social Media and Business Development – Spring 2016

Attention VeCo students, Study Abroad students, and VeCo alumni! Vesalius College will be offering a certificate course in writing, social  media and business development in Spring 2016. The course will be provided by the Culture Trip, a global online platform which showcases the local art, culture, food and travel for every country in the world. A […]

Guest lecture: ‘Ethics for Economics and Business: Discrimination on the Work Floor’

On Thursday 22 October, Vesalius College warmly welcomed Mr. Bart Mondelaers, (Staff Member, Legal Issues, Interfederal Centre for Equal Opportunities), who gave a lecture on “Ethics for Economics and Business: Discrimination on the Work Floor”. Mr. Mondelaers began his lecture by introducing the historical evolution of anti-discrimination legislative frameworks at the EU level and the […]

Jean-Paul Marthoz gives a guest lecture for VeCo’s journalism students

On the 23rd of September, Journalism students had a guest lecture on global media by Jean-Paul Marthoz, a Belgian journalist, columnist and press freedom activist who teaches international journalism at the Université Catholique de Louvain. Prof. Marthoz engaged students with anecdotes from the field conveying that journalism shouldn’t be focused on an event: “it has to […]

European Communication Policies Lecture Series

In October and November 2015, Vesalius College will hold four breakfast seminars on European communication policies. The aim of this mini lecture series is to gain unique and in-depth insight into the way in which communication-related organisations influence European Union policy-making. Policy professionals from media, Internet and consumer organisations will share their opinions, tips and […]

Guest Lecture: ‘Discrimination on the Work Floor’

Vesalius College is pleased to invite you to the evening lecture on: ‘Discrimination on Work Floor’ Speaker: Bart Mondelaers, Staff Member, Legal Issues, Interfederal Centre for Equal Opportunities Date: 22 October, 2015 (Thu) Time: 18:00-20:00 Place: Vesalius College (Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussels) Attendance is free (this lecture is also open to the public) but registration […]

VeCo Journalism class attends EU Foreign Correspondents briefing at Residence Palace

On the 25th of September, Journalism students attended the briefing for newly arrived correspondents in Brussels organised by Journalists at your Service. Chief spokesperson briefed them on media practices and procedures in Brussels institutions like the European Council, NATO and the European Parliament, thereby giving an insider’s view on the practice, specifically focusing on access to […]

VeCo welcomes students from St. Knuds Gymnasium, Denmark

On September 17, 50 students from St. Knuds Gymnasium, Denmark visited Vesalius College.  They participated in the information session on each major, certificate programmes, as well as the internship programmes. Five current VeCo students also took part in a Q & A session in small groups, helping St. Knuds Gymnasium students get a better picture on what VeCo […]

Miwa Kitamura, External Relations at VeCo, speaks at the CASE Europe Annual Conference

Miwa Kitamura, Communications, Marketing & Recruitment Manager at Vesalius College, was invited to speak at the CASE Europe Annual Conference, which took place in Manchester last week. Over 1000 delegates in the field of higher education from 34 countries participated. She spoke about what cultural differences are, how important it is to understand the culture in order to […]

VeCo Honours Class: “Global Problem Solving and Intergenerational Dialogue”

This year’s VeCo Honours Class is organised in cooperation with the ZBW – Leibniz-Information Centre for Economics and the Global Economic Symposium (GES) – a premiere annual gathering of high-level policy-makers, business leaders and academics. The aim of the class is to prepare a policy-oriented proposal on how to solve core global challenges. Back in […]