In 2019, I was given the incredible opportunity to pursue my studies abroad in the captivating Kingdom of Belgium.
Nguyễn Sơn Tùng
My academic training and my life experience in Brussels in the last five years have been deeply enriching because they allowed me to enter spaces that continually promoted a critical spirit and a reflective outlook.
Sacha, a Chinese student studying French languages and literature, and Pedro, a Brazilian student who came to Belgium to do a PhD, share their experience. Report from the programme "C'est pas le bout du monde", IC Production, broadcast by RTBF and TV5 Monde.
Moroccan laureates from universities and university colleges of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation send a message to students wishing to pursue their higher education in Belgium.
My name is Izumi Koganemaru from Japan. I studied Bio Medical science at Kobe University and I went to Belgium in 2019 as an exchange student at Université catholique de Louvain.
Maria Elena Minuto
Agata Yuiko benefited from a WBI-JASSO research grant to do a PhD in philosophy at UCLouvain in 2015 and 2016. Discover her testimony!
Ozawa Minami completed her PhD in linguistics and pedagogy at UCLouvain from September 2019 to September 2020. Her research stay was funded by a grant from Wallonie-Bruxelles International-JASSO. Discover her testimony!
In the video I speak about my experience in the exchange in Namur, Belgium, highlighting the best parts of my trip.
Paulo Henrique Macedo de Araujo
Belgium is a lovely country. I felt very welcomed by the citizens of Brussels and by all my colleagues at Université libre de Bruxelles, where I was for a doctorate internship for 5 months in 2017. I'm waiting to come back to Belgium as soon as possible.
Living and studying in Brussels was a remarkable opportunity for enriching my career and network. At UCLouvain, I performed part of my PhD project experiments, had the chance to work with internationally recognized researchers and make some good friends.