Faculty

VeCo faculty are diverse, supportive, approachable researchers educated at the world’s leading universities.

The quality and accessibility of the faculty is at the very core of the academic experience at the College. Thanks to our low student-teacher ratio, professors take a personal interest in the individual success of each student. Professors take a humanistic and interdisciplinary approach to intellectual inquiry, encouraging students to not only learn skills and knowledge important for their chosen careers, but to also think critically and develop themselves personally and as ethically responsible citizens of an increasingly multicultural and globalised world.

Vesalius College brings together an outstanding faculty of young scholars and seasoned professors with a passion for teaching. Educated at the world’s leading universities, VeCo professors take pride in providing students with leading knowledge, but also in continuing to publish and engage in international research activities.

Our professors regularly appear in the media and advise national governments, ministries of foreign affairs and major international organisations. Recent assignments include appointments as Advisor to the United Nations Department for Peacekeeping Operations in New York, the European Commission’s Ethics Review Committee, the European Parliament, the French Ministry of Defence, the European Union’s External Action Service and the European Economic and Social Committee.

Please click on the name of a faculty member below to view their biography and research.

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TERCOVICH Giulia

Assistant Professor Coordinator for Student Learning and Faculty Support and for the Executive Training in Global Risk Analysis and Crisis Management (GRACM) - International Affairs

+32 (0) 2 614 81 80

giulia.tercovich@vub.be