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Boulevard du Jardin botanique 43
1000 Bruxelles

> The Université Saint-Louis - Brussels began life in 1858. The university specialises in teaching social and human sciences, and is situated in the heart of Brussels, offering education to approximately 4,000 students in 5 faculties.

> Famous for its bilingual and trilingual programmes (French-English-Dutch), its undergraduate programmes cover the Faculty of Philosophy, Languages & Literature and Human Sciences (with degrees in Philosophy, History, Romance Languages and Literature, Germanic Languages and Literature), the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Economics, Social and Political Sciences and Communication (degrees in Managerial Engineering, Economics and Management, Political Sciences, Information and Communication, Sociology and Anthropology), the Marie Haps Faculty of Translation and Interpreting (degrees in 10 different languages) as well as the Institute for European Studies (Master’s in European Studies).

In total, the University offers 12 different Bachelor’s degree programmes, 1 Bachelor’s degree programme delivered entirely in English, 8 Master’s degree and advanced Master’s degree programmes, 8 PhD programmes and 15 ongoing training programmes.

> The undergraduate law programmes are also available in a multilingual version (French-Dutch, French-English and French-Dutch-English). Those in Economic, Social, Political and Communication Sciences are available in a bilingual (French-English) and a trilingual (adding Dutch) version. Full-English programmes exist for the Master’s in European Studies (run jointly with UCLouvain) and for the Bachelor’s in Business Engineering (run jointly with KU Leuven).

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