KU Leuven Association

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The KU Leuven Association (Dutch: Associatie KU Leuven) is a large Belgian association for higher education. The leading institute is the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

Introduction[edit]

The association has thirteen founding members which are main universities or colleges in Belgium. It's the largest educational association in Flanders. It started its operation on July 11, 2002. Currently it owns about 66,000 students. All of these colleges are inspired by catholic principles[1]

The goal of the association is to occupy a position of strength within the new European educational landscape and to work together towards quality improvements in education.[2] It also holds a large amount of international students, and has a very strong international orientation and atmosphere.

Members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ K.U.Leuven Association - EHSAL
  2. ^ Associatie K.U.Leuven

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