The network of former IEE students, dubbed ‘AlumnIEE’, is a dynamic network of professionals in the sector of European affairs who regularly meet and continue to be involved in the daily life of the IEE and with current students. Join the network!
The Institut d'Etudes Européennes of the Université libre de Bruxelles turned fifty in 2013-2014. Backed up by this rich history which has established it as a place of training excellence in Europe, it is now projecting itself into the future by renewing contact with all those who have spent time in the ULB.
You have been a student at the Institut d'Etudes Européennes of the Université libre de Bruxelles a few months or a few years ago. In this regard, you have shared training and thinking on the Europe that is being constructed, shared time with your fellow students. But the IEE-ULB experience doesn’t stop when you gain the qualification. Its calling is to keep going within the vast network of former students which has developed throughout Europe and beyond.
The AlumnIEE association has a vocation to bring all the graduates of the IEE-ULB together. Its objectives are to promote convivial moments and mutual help between its members; to be a source of information and contacts, especially for the youngest in their careers; to offer a setting for debate on current European affairs during events and publications; to contribute to the blooming of the IEE within civil society and the professional world.
You can join the AlumnIEE free of charge or support its actions by paying a subscription. You will then contribute to developing the dynamic of a network at your service. You can then receive regular information on the life of the IEE and take part in our activities. We are also open to any proposal for an activity that is within the objectives of the association.
We invite you to complete or update the information about you by using the interface below:
If you are in contact with other former students, don’t hesitate to pass this message to them so that we can reach the maximum number of people.