A first-rate higher education

Bruxelles Saint-Gilles, Bruxelles Woluwe, Charleroi, Louvain-La-Neuve, Mons, Namur, Tournai

The Education and Training Committee specifies the criteria the university aims to meet in order to offer an education that conforms to the highest standards.

  • A high-quality education encourages:
    • student participation and autonomy;
    • acquiring disciplinary and technical skills, in line with knowledge and approaches stemming from research;
    • openness to interdisciplinarity;
    • developing an analytical and critical approach;
    • developing social, interpersonal and communication skills (including learning languages);
    • developing entrepreneurial ability;
    • openness to the world;
    • preparing for a professional career.
  • A high-quality education draws on:
    • teaching resources (including information and communication technologies and libraries) that allow for in-depth learning;
    • diverse learning situations;
    • a coherent teaching framework (objectives, methods, evaluation);
    • cultivating professors’ commitment to teaching;
    • teaching innovation support;
    • teacher educational development;
    • lesson and programme evaluation.
  • A high-quality education includes:
    • academic support and financial aid: information, orientation, preparation, assessment, coaching, social and financial support, remediation;
    • educational programmes and resources tailored to specific needs across a wide public.