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European Post Graduate School of International & Development Studies – (CERIS) was established in Brussels in 1985. It provides advanced education for professionals: diplomats, EU or Nato officials, corporate or NGO executives and journalists. Ceris offers executive masters in international politics and in governance & development policy (60 ECTS credits). The courses are accessible on campus or entirely online.
1 Rue Defacqz, 1000 Brussels
02.537.40.75, ceris.be

CAD College of Advertising and Design is a higher education college of art specialising in interior architecture, design, advertising, web design and 3D. It provides an English/American-style education. Courses are largely practice-based and taught in English and French. CAD is attended by some 170 students and employs approximately 60 lecturers. There are three sections: interior architecture and design (five years, 300 ECTS credit points); advertising and digital creation (four years, 240 ECTS credit points); and 3D game design and animation (four years, 240 ECTS credits points).
25 Rue Robert-Jones, 1180 Brussels
02.640.40.32, cad@cad.be, cad.be

 
Erasmushogeschool Brussel offers an international programme in English called Class Communication and Languages as Strategic Skills). Class contains six key modules in communication, journalism, hotel management, tourism and recreational management, social work and office management. Students can take extra language modules.
Campus Dansaert, Rue des Six Jetons
1000 Brussels, 02.523.37.37 (general information), 02.213.61.10 (Class)
erasmushogeschool.be

The College of Europe, in Bruges and Natolin/ Warsaw, is a unique postgraduate institute, combining highly specialised interdisciplinary European studies. Each year, the college admits 450 graduates with a background in law, economics, politics and administrative studies or related fields, representing more than 55 nationalities. One academic year leads to a master of arts degree in European studies. Working languages are English and French. In Bruges the programme is built around four study programmes: European economics, European law, EU international relations and diplomacy studies, and European politics and administration.
11 Dijver, 8000 Bruges, 050.47.71.11
info@coleurope.eu, coleurope.eu

European Communication School (ECS), part of MediaSchool Group, is one of the largest communication schools and part of an international network that includes schools in Paris, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Marseille, Nice, London, Barcelona and Shanghai. ECS offers a bachelor’s degree in communication and various masters programmes.
935 Chaussée de Waterloo
1180 Brussels, 02.345.91.66
info@ecs-bruxelles.com
ecs-bruxelles.com

SupDeWeb (l’école supérieure des métiers du web) part of MediaSchool Group, is the first fully dedicated school to the digital world and is part of an international network
935 Chaussée de Waterloo
1180 Brussels, 02.345.91.66
info@supdeweb-bruxelles.com
supdeweb-bruxelles.com

The Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel, is the result of a merger of three Brussels colleges and a university. Programmes are: professional bachelor, and academic bachelor and master. All bachelor programmes consist of 180 European credits and on average takes three years of full-time study.
26 Warmoesberg, 1000 Brussels
02.210.12.11, info@hubrussel.be
hubrussel.be

Vesalius College Brussels offers bachelor programmes in business, communication, international affairs and international & European law, taught in English. Small and international environment (more than 60 nationalities), TPEL (Theory and Practice Embedded Learning) and internship opportunities prepare students to play an active role in the globalised world. Plus certificate programmes such as Executive Course in Global Risk Analysis & Crisis Management and European Peace and Security Studies.
Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussels
02.614.81.70, vesalius@vub.ac.be
vesalius.edu

The Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Brussels was founded in 1711 and has built its reputation by allying tradition and contemporary research.
144 Rue du Midi, 1000 Brussels
02.506.10.10, info@arba-esa.be
arba-esa.be

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