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Dean of Law Graduate and International Programmes from the Pennsylvania State University visits Vesalius College

On Wednesday, April 24, Vesalius College Department of International and European Law hosted Dean of Graduate and International Programmes Dr Stephen Barnes from the Pennsylvania State University Faculty of Law (Penn State Law). He shared with students and professors his view on the latest developments on United States’ constitutional issues. One topic that got the […]

Spring Guest Lecture: “Data Law – Why It Matters to Business”

On Tuesday, April 23, Vesalius College hosted an evening seminar: Data Law, Why it Matters to Business. Julien Debussche and Jasmien César, members of the Brussels bar and associates of the Brussels office of Bird & Bird law firm shared their professional insight and experience about the complex field of data law. Professor Stephanie Gardner […]

VeCo Prof. Dr. Frank E. Billingsley takes part in the EURASIA 2019 Higher Education Summate

Prof. Dr. Frank E. Billingsley participated in the EURASIA 2019 Higher Education Summate in Istanbul, Turkey on March 1, 2019.  Prof. Billingsley presented on “The Paris Communique 2018: The Future to the Bologna Process”. The presentation evaluated the post and future issues of the Bologna Process. The Bologna Process is the 1999 European higher education […]

VeCo Students Go to New York – SUNY Model EU

Five students from Vesalius College are now participating in the Model EU, organized by the State University of New York, taking place from April 4 till April 6. The SUNY Model EU is the longest established, continuous simulation of the European Union in the United States, bringing together over 150 students from EU member states and accession countries with students […]

VeCo BA Open Day Spring 2019

Vesalius College’s Open Day Spring 2019 took place on March 23 (Sat). Prospective students and their families met the professors, students, staff and alumni, and learned more about the College, Bachelor’s programmes, unique education model, Study Abroad programme and Internship opportunities. Please click the picture below to see the slideshow! If you missed the Open Day? No problem! Please contact […]

VeCo Prof. Dordelli Rosales comments on Euronews on Venezuela’s crisis

On Monday 25th February 2019, Dr. Nelson Dordelli Rosales, Vesalius College Head of Law Department, was interviewed by EURONEWS and asked to comment on current Venezuela’s crisis. You can see the interview below:  

VeCo Prof. Meyer presents AI disinformation study in Strasbourg

After her hearing at the European Parliament in December 2018, Trisha Meyer (Assistant Professor at Vesalius College and Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute for European Studies) returned to Strasbourg to present the results of her study on the use of artificial intelligence to combat disinformation online at the Council of Europe on 28 February 2019. […]

VeCo’s Open Day – Spring 2018

Another great Open Day took place on Saturday February 23. Prospective students and families had the opportunity to meet the faculty, current students and staff members to learn more about Vesalius College. The day started with a presentation by Dean Tkacheva introducing Vesalius College including outstanding programmes, faculty members, partnerships with other renowned universities, followed by […]

Dr. Nelson Dordelly-Rosales joins Vesalius College as Head of Department of International and European Law

Vesalius College is delighted to welcome Dr. Nelson Dordelly-Rosales as Assistant Professor and Head of Department of International and European Law in February 2019. Dr. Dordelly-Rosales holds an LL.D (Doctor of Law) from the University of Ottawa, Canada as well as LL.M (Master of Law) from the same University. In addition, Dr. Dordelly Rosales holds […]

Andrée Bingen Senior Scholarship Award – Spring 2019

Vesalius College is pleased to announce the Andrée Bingen Senior Scholarship Award for Spring 2019. The scholarship is awarded to one student, each semester, and is for €1000. To be eligible, you must be a 3rd year student with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.8, preference will be given to students in financial difficulty if […]