Head office

Ch. de Binche 159
7000 Mons

Established on 15 September 2009, the Haute École Louvain en Hainaut (HELHa) is the result of the combination of three university colleges (Haute École Charleroi-Europe - Haute École Libre du Hainaut Occidental - Haute École Roi Baudouin). Today, HELHa is the largest university college in the whole of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.

In short, HELHa comprises:

7 training areas: Agronomy/Applied Arts/Economy/Health/Teaching/Social/Technical;

60 short-term (3 to 4 years for a Bachelor’s degree level) and long-term (5 years for a Master’s degree) courses;

15 sites in the basins of Charleroi, Mons, Tournai and Brabant Wallon;

Numerous student services (social services, an inclusion service, an international service, a guidance service, a student-entrepreneur service and a tutorship possible in certain departments);

A student organisation on each institution;

An average of 10,000 students per school year;

More than 2000 graduates per year;

And numerous possible opportunities

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