Anne Weyembergh, IEE President 
Ramona Coman, IEE Director

Have the pleasure to invite you to the Institute for European Studies of the ULB’s 2017-2018 graduation ceremony. The event will take place on September 17th, at 6:00 p.m. at the Salle Dupréel du bâtiment S, campus Solbosch

The students of the class of 2017-2018 have chosen to name their graduating class in honor of Eliane Vogel-Polsky (1926-2015), « a remarkable personality of European construction. True mother of a social Europe, she embodies the struggles for the women’s emancipation, and equality and parity between men and women after World War II,” according to historian and coordinator of the History and Cultures of Europe track of the Master in European Studies.

Practical Information

Students graduating from the Master in European Studies and the Specialized masters in Interdisciplinary Analysis of European Integration and European Law as well as from our Executive Master in European Union Studies who wish to participate in this event are invited to fill out the registration form below by Friday, September 7th at the latest, indicating the number of relatives or friends that will also assist (maximum of 3).

A cocktail will follow the graduation ceremony.

Graduates will wear a black gown and cyan bleu stoles. We invite you to arrive at the premises by 5:00 p.m. on September 17th, to proceed to the distribution of the graduation attire. Please bring and Id card with you.

The material must be returned right after the personal photo session.

Each student is responsible for the material lent and will have to pay for if it is not returned.

We will inform future graduates via annonce facultaire of any changes of time and place or any other information.

While the celebration of the culmination of this important stage of your student life arrives, we leave you with this recap video of last year’s graduation ceremony.


During this event, agents and/or subcontractors of the Institute for European studies will take photographs and will film the participants and the speakers. The Institute may use these photographs and videos for promotion purposes. For more information, do not hesitate to visit the webpage “Protection des données à caractère personnel” of the ULB (in French only).