VeCo Competition: Predict the outcome of the U.S. presidential election

Form a team of three VeCo students and predict the outcome of the U.S. presidential election in 15 US states and the overall outcome of the election. Submit your prediction and win VeCo merchandise! Who can participate? All Students registered at Vesalius College in Fall 2020 are eligible to form a team of three members […]

Book Launch Guy Burton – 7 October 2020

Date: 7 October 2020 Time: 13:30 – 14:30 In order to attend the Book Launch, please register here. Agenda: 13:30-13:32: Introduction of Guy Burton by Tongfi Kim. 13:32-13:50: Book presentation by Guy Burton 13:50 – 14:20: Q&A Moderated by Tongfi Kim Details about the book: How do aspiring and established rising global powers respond to […]

Vesalius College Prof. Liliana Lizarazo-Rodriguez receives prestigious ERC Starting Grant

European Commission awards €6.3 mil. to research focused on human rights and ecology, imaginary borders in film, photonics and bioarcheology. This year, Vesalius College Adjunct Professor Liliana Lizarazo-Rodriguez, together with three other VUB researchers, received the European Commission’s prestigious European Research Council Starting Grant. Together, the four grants are worth more than €6,3 mil. in […]

Vesalius College Welcomes Prof. Dr. Kristin Henrard as Programme Director of BA in International and European Law

In September 2020, Prof. Kristin Henrard joined Vesalius College as Professor International Law and Director of VeCo’s BA in International and European Law programme, after having taught 20 years at universities in the Netherlands (Rotterdam and Groningen). She obtained a prestigious VIDI grant of the Dutch Council for Scientific Research and was selected to the […]

Franz Bingen Bachelor Thesis Prize

Vesalius College is pleased to announce the Franz Bingen Bachelor Thesis Prize, effective Spring 2021. The prize is awarded to one student each academic year, for the best Honours Thesis (at least A-) and is for 500 EUR. Submission for this prize is automatic, no formal application is required. The winner will be decided by […]

Vesalius College further enhances reputation as frontrunner in teaching and learning innovation

For many years, Vesalius College has built a solid reputation in teaching and learning innovation. Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, blended and online learning was part of its educational portfolio. Now, with the establishment of an Office for Teaching and Learning Innovation (OTLI) in the Spring of 2020, VeCo has taken the next step in […]

BA application deadline extended until 15 August

Good news for students interested in English-taught Undergraduate education in the heart of Europe: in order to accommodate students faced with uncertainties relating to international student mobility, we have decided to extend the application deadline of our Bachelor programmes until 15 August. The first semester of our BA programmes will be taught online. Vesalius College […]

Vesalius College students participate in selection of #NataliPrize 2020 Winners

On 15 July 2020, the European Commission unveiled the winners in each of the three categories of the 2020 Lorenzo Natali Media Prize (Grand Prize, Europe Prize and Best Emerging Journalist) in appreciation of their independent, well-informed and reliable contributions to development journalism. The winners were chosen by a Grand Jury of experts in the fields […]

VeCo and IES share teaching and learning expertise at 4th EuroTLC conference

On 18 and 19 June several representatives from Vesalius College and the Institute for European Studies participated in the 4th European Conference on Teaching and Learning Politics, International Relations and European Studies – EuroTLC. The conference organised by the ECPR Standing Group on Teaching and Learning Politics was co-chaired by Silviu Piros (IES) together with […]

Study Abroad Live Streaming & Taster Lecture

Wednesday, 22nd July 16:00 (CEST) During this session we will introduce our programmes, internship opportunities and the taster lecture ‘Revising the Modern Gender Movement: Why are we still here?’ hosted by Dr. Billigsley, Programme Director of Business and Economics. Please register here to participate for free.