The University Foundation is the meeting place
- for all academics in Belgium,
- for academics and members of civil society,
- for academics in Belgium, foreign academics and members of international organizations.
The various initiatives of the University Foundation are described on this website. For some parts of the website that are not relevant for international visitors there is no English version.
The Club is at your service : restaurant, meeting rooms, hotel and activities...
For reservations at the restaurant, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As to the hotel and the meeting rooms, please contact email@example.com
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The University Foundation regularly organizes academic activities and cultural activities for its members and other interested parties: lunch debates, evening lectures, visits to art exhibitions, music performances in Bozar, opera in La Monnaie... Most of these activities are organized in French and Dutch, sometimes, but rarely, only in French or only in Dutch. Therefore they are not explicitly mentioned on the English version of the website. The interested reader is refererred to the French and the Dutch versions of the website for further information.Read more
As in previous years the University Foundation participated in the activities of the "Heritage Days" of the Brussels-Capital Region. For this year's Heritage Days, the Brussels-Capital Region reached out to all citizens and institutions wishing to share the wealth and cultural diversity of the city’s spectacular heritage. The central theme was "Meeting Points". The premises of the University Foundation could be visited, as well as 140 other locations. For more information visit the website heritagedays.urban.brussels..Read more
The webinar of Re-Bel about Primauté au fédéral? Voorrang voor het federale niveau? was held on Tuesday 8 June 2021, 12.15-1.45 pm. Details on the programme, ... are available on the Re-Bel website.
The previous activity of Re-Bel was also organised as a "webinar". It took place on Thursday 22 April 2021, 1-2.30pm. It was devoted to the question "Naar een België met zijn vieren? Vers une Belgique à quatre?". Details on the programme are published on the Re-Bel website.Read more
In an official ceremony at the University Foundation on 8 September 2021, the biannual Fernand Collin Prize for Law was awarded to Dr. Tim OPGENHAFFEN , for his doctoral thesis Vrijheidsbeperkingen in de zorg, published by Intersentia, Antwerp in 2020 (XX + 958 p.). He obtained his Ph. D. from the KU Leuven.Read more