During the second week of July, the University of Saint-Louis Brussels will welcome students from all over the world as part of the first European Summer Week. Co-organised by the UCL Louvain School of Management (LSM), the USL-B Institute of European Studies, and Brussels Enterprises Commerce and Industry (BECI), the week will offer participants the opportunity to learn about both the European institutions and the world of innovative companies.
The week is open to students of all levels, both Belgian and international, who will also discover the cultural riches of Belgium by visiting cities such as Ghent, Bruges and Brussels. English knowledge is the sole requirement.
To organise this very rich programme, LSM and USL-B have pooled their logistical resources, expertise and extensive contacts. The event, under the patronage of Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders, will host keynote speakers such as European Committee of the Regions President Karl-Heinz Lambertz, SONACA CEO Bernard Delvaux, and Google Benelux CEO Thierry Geerts.
Two registration options are available: with or without accommodation. Programme and registration details can be found at the LSM website.