Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles

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Université Saint-Louis
Established 1858
Type Catholic/Partly state funded
Rector Pierre Jadoul
Students 2,300
Location Brussels, Belgium
50°51′11.21″N 4°21′40.59″E / 50.8531139°N 4.3612750°E / 50.8531139; 4.3612750Coordinates: 50°51′11.21″N 4°21′40.59″E / 50.8531139°N 4.3612750°E / 50.8531139; 4.3612750
Affiliations Académie Louvain
Website http://www.fusl.ac.be/

The Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles (USLB) in Brussels, Belgium, formerly known as the Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL) from 1858 until 2012, is a public university in the French Community of Belgium. Its official language is French. It was originally a school of philosophy.[citation needed]

USLB, Université Catholique de Louvain, and two other French-speaking universities in Belgium make up the Académie universitaire Louvain.[1]

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