Flamenco is the acronym of: Flanders Agency for Mobility and Cooperation in Higher Education. The mission of the agency is to contribute to the internationalisation of Flanders’ higher education, by visualising its qualities.
is an electronic online publicatie (in Dutch) of Flamenco (Flanders Agency for Mobility and Cooperation in Higher Education). The information in the book concerns internationalisation of higher education, and focuses on the Flemish higher education policy, regulations and good practices.
is a project cluster of Flamenco (Flanders Agency for Mobility and Cooperation in Higher Education). Under this heading the advice, formulated by Flamenco, the studies and statistical analyses are clustered. The documents are published on the Flamenco website.
During the Flamenco fora specific subjects and actual themes concerning the internationalisation of the Flemish higher education are discussed and / or presented. These fora can be organised on a limited scale (brainstorm, discussion, ...) or a broader scale (presentation of advice, new information tools, ...).
This site provides information on higher education study opportunities in Flanders, Belgium. On the Study programmes webpages, the non-Dutch language courses, organised and taught at the Flemish higher education institutions, are listed.
Search the Study in Flanders' study programmes database
Dutch speaking students are advised to consult the websites of the universities, university colleges and / or other higher education institutions. For links and contact references see list and fact sheets under the web page header: Institutions.
Bordered by the North Sea in the west, Flanders is the northern part of Belgium, located between The Netherlands and France. Some of Europe leading cities - London, Paris, Amsterdam, Cologne and Luxembourg - are all situated within a radius of 300 km of Brussels, the capital of both Belgium and Flanders.
Reasons to study in Flanders
first-rate education • student facilities • language education
quality of life • international profile • joint degree programmes