University of Antwerp, Belgium
The University of Antwerp is characterised by its high standards in education, internationally competitive research and entrepreneurial approach. It was founded in 2003 after the merger of three university institutions (roots in 1852). The University of Antwerp has about 18.800 students of which 13 % are international students. It is thus the third largest university in Flanders. The University of Antwerp has 9 faculties: Applied Economics; Arts and Philosophy; Law; Medicine and Health Sciences; Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences; Political and Social Sciences; Science; Design Sciences and Applied Engineering. The university has 4 campuses situated in the historic city centre (humanities) and in the green belt south of the city (medicine and sciences).
The Erasmus Mundus Team of the International Relations Office assists grantees before and upon arrival in Antwerp with visa and residence permit application, registration at the university, housing, opening a bank account, etc. All Erasmus Mundus grantees take part in a welcome week prior to the start of the academic year.
Antwerp is the most important city in the region of Flanders in terms of economy, culture and demographics. Flanders is the Dutch-speaking region in the northern part of Belgium.
- Political Science
- Others - Languages and Philological Sciences
- Others - Humanities
- Others - Law
- Others - Social Sciences
- Others - Business Studies, Management Science
- Others - Medical Sciences
- Informatics, Computer Science
- Others - Natural Sciences
- Veterinary Medicine
- Others - Engineering, Technology
- Others - Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning
- Environmental Sciences, Ecology
- Microbiology, Biotechnology
- Soil and Water Sciences