L’Université de Liège offre à ses étudiant·e·s régulièrement inscrit·e·s, la possibilité d’effectuer un séjour d’études à l’étranger – ou dans une autre communauté linguistique.
The University of Liège builds and establishes more and more collaborations with institutions in Belgium and abroad each year. From then on, the international dimension is lived on a daily basis. The opportunities to open up to the world are numerous and go beyond the framework of Erasmus stays.
The intensification of exchange programs, internal mobility and gateways to and from other institutions, and the valuing of prior learning in a modular system, offer many opportunities to study abroad.
With the objective of being relevant to the job market, in an international context that increasingly seeks total quality, the University of Liège is constantly adapting and evolving. Open to the European higher education area, attentive to mutual recognition and academic mobility, concerned about making cultural diversity an additional asset for the benefit of students, the University of Liège is becoming an international university.
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In the Faculty of Science, a stay abroad is therefore possible. The Erasmus+ program gives our students the opportunity to study in one of the 461 European partner universities of the University of Liège. The courses taken abroad are recognized as an integral part of the curriculum for obtaining the university diploma. Travel costs are covered by the university and a grant may be awarded depending on the parents' financial situation. The duration of the stay can vary from three months to a maximum of one year.
In addition, the Faculty of Science offers 5 international masters degrees taught entirely in English, including 3 international masters degrees organized as a joint degree (AMIS program):
How is life as an international student at University of Liège?
Arlon Campus environnement
The campus in Arlon, specialized in the fields of environmental sciences and management and sustainable development, is particularly oriented towards international relations (Europe and outside Europe), both in the Greater Region (Lorraine, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Rhineland-Palatinate, the Saarland, the Walloon Region/French-speaking Community and the German-speaking Community) and in the Southern countries. This trend can be seen both at the level of environmental master's degrees and specialization master's degrees and at the level of 3rd training (doctorate and doctoral training). Several of the masters programs offered there lead to an international codiplomation.