About

The Interfaculties School of European Studies of the Catholic University of Louvain was founded in 1967. Resolutely interdisciplinary, its courses provide specialized knowledge of the European integration process from a legal, political, economic and historical point of view. For nearly 40 years, its graduates find employment in the field of European public affairs or professions with European policies and rights: european civil servants, parliamentary assistants, project managers for NGOs, consultants, political parties

The school organizes different educational programs and training offers.

It also hosts :

• Two Chairs: the InBev-Baillet Latour Chair Europe-Russia and the Chair in European Values, which offer lectures and courses.

• The Robert Triffin International

A partnership with the Paul-Henri Spaak Foundation

A partnership with the l’IPLI Fondation to organise seminars and others activities Paul-Henri Spaak

It hosts a European Documentation Center (EDC), whose mission is to provide support for documentary research specific to European subjects.