Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL)
KU Leuven is dedicated to education and research in nearly all fields. Its fifteen faculties offer classes and degree-granting academic programmes, whilst research activities are organised by departments and research groups. These faculties and departments are clustered into three thematic groups: Humanities and Social Sciences, Science, Engineering and Technology (SET), and Biomedical Sciences. Each of these groups sponsors its own doctoral school for organising and awarding doctoral degrees.
KU Leuven boasts thirteen campuses, spread across 10 cities in Flanders. KU Leuven is committed to creating an inclusive, respectful and safe enviroment for both working and living.
This it is a prerequisite for engagning in the sort of quality research and education that serves society, with particular attention paid to those in a vulnerable position. KU Leuven recogonises its responsibilitites as an influential member of the public discourse and wider social debate. As the world’s oldest Catholic university, KU Leuven places special emphasis on ethical considerations in the pursuit of knowledge. The result is a university committed to an important and involved role in the broader progress of our society.