Jordanne Maynard, comic book author, illustrator and graphic designer, graduated from the University of Quebec, shares her Brussels experience at ESA St-Luc. Dive into her story made of unforgettable encounters and unusual anecdotes!
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.
Pedro Idelano De Alencar Felicio
Maybe I am the oldest student of UCLouvain - Université Catholique de Louvain to make a statement on this website, but it is always good to relive the best moments of our life, living in Belgium was in fact one of them!
I am Fabrizio Dardes, 23 years old, São Paulo - Brazil. I had the opportunity to study at the Université catholique de Louvain in January 2019 and the experience with the university and the city was amazing. A great place to discover new cultures!
I particularly appreciated the availability of the teaching staff during my study period.
I am a diplomacy student at Tamkang University. I spent some time in Belgium in 2018 for an internship. I liked it so much that I decided to make Brussels my first choice when I applied for an exchange programme.
I knew nothing about Belgium and spoke very little French ... a difficult period of adaptation for a foreign student! Very quickly, I realised that people are very open-minded and I made friends.
Interview with Ève-Line Cadotte, Quebec doctoral student at the Université libre de Bruxelles.