Life at IEE-ULB
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Life at IEE

To make life easier for students, the IEE-ULB offers many services and organises events.

Practical information

Download the IEE-ULB student guide

Find out about our procedures, important dates and contacts.

Practical information at the IEE-ULB

Services and events to make life easier for students.


All IEE-ULB events and our take on the European agenda

The IEE-ULB reaches out to experts in European current affairs to offer a rich variety of events. Calendar and reports of past activities.

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Student life at IEE-ULB

Welcome to IEE-ULB! New and future students can discover all the services offered and information about the reality of life on the campus.

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Community life, clubs and societies at IEE-ULB

Community life at IEE-ULB is embodied by Eyes on Europe and Students for Europe. Of course, our students also take part in activities at ULB.

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Go further with the digital campus

The IEE-ULB digital campus offers students online access to practical and pedagogical tools. Discover the available resources.

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European documentation libraries

The European documentation centre at the IEE-ULB brings together documents from various European institutions. Our students also have access to other repositories.

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Your career after the IEE-ULB

At IEE-ULB, we prepare our students for their insertion into the marketplace, and into a career in the field of European affairs.

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Graduates from IEE

They work today throughout Europe and beyond.


"I feel my knowledge of EU affairs is much deeper now, and this helps me tremendously in my daily work" (MEUS class 2018)"
Words by Jana Zaric, media executive
David Ortega
"The IEE means a lot to me… equal opportunities, high quality education, access to whole new world of opportunities. And all that for more than reasonable tuition fees! The IEE can proudly claim to be a very democratic institution, providing high level education for everyone, regardless of their socio-economic background. Meritocracy, in one word."
Words by David Ortega
jessica simoes
"The Institut for European Studies is a really important tool, it gives you everything you need to develop your skills... It's also the connexions you make with the teachers: they really want you to go forward, they push you to bring the best out of you."
Words by Jessica Simoes

What's new at IEE?

Live from the construction of the European Union.


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Alumni, News, Student life

IEE Alumni continue to strengthen the community  

The alumni community of the Institut d’études européennes actively engages with our students and amongst each other through mentoring and networking events.  

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making sense of inequality
Multimedia, News, Projects

Making sense of inequality in EU external action

War in European soil is the latest test on EU resilience. After living in a polycrisis for the last couple of decades, the European Union is facing one of its toughest trials, one that is pushing it out of its “soft power” approach to international relations. How will the EU handle a return to War in Europe? And how does inequality manifest in this context?  

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Academic, Projects, Research

RED-SPINEL: 11 institutions gather in Brussels for the project's kick-off

The Horizon Europe project Responding to Emerging Dissensus: Supranational Instruments & Norms of European Liberal Democracy (RED-SPINEL) partner universities and non-academic institutions will gather in Brussels on October 20 and 21 for the formal launch of their 3-year scientific endeavour.

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