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    The Université Libre de Bruxelles, founded in 1834, has 13 faculties, schools and specialized institutes that cover all disciplines, closely combining academic input and research. It offers almost 40 undergraduate programmes and 235 graduate programmes. It also partners 20 Doctoral schools, with almost 1,600 PhDs in progress. Five scientific Nobel Prizes, one Fields Medal, three Wolf Prizes and two Marie Curie Prizes are further evidence of the University’s longstanding tradition of excellence.

    As a multicultural university with one third of students and researchers from abroad, international relations is a daily reality for the Université Libre de Bruxelles, just like the city of Brussels itself, one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. With numerous techno-pedagogical and scientific experiences in the field of e-learning and audiovisual production, the ULB aims to gradually present several online courses in the fields of humanities, social sciences as well as exact and natural sciences in addition to life sciences and health. The production of these free online courses is in line with its policy of social emancipation and the open access of knowledge to all. It is also inscribed in the desire to support its teaching and academic pedagogy through appropriate and innovative technological tools, as well as action research on the practices of its teachers and learners.
  • The Université Libre de Bruxelles have partnered with FutureLearn to deliver online courses to learners across the globe.

    Learn new skills, pursue your interests or advance your career with these short online courses from The Université Libre de Bruxelles:

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  • THE 2020:
    #201-250
    QS 2020:
    #251
    ARWU 2019:
    #151-200
    Information about the World University Rankings
    World university rankings can be used as an indicator of a university's prospects and prestige. Ranking publishers use different performance indicators such as teaching quality, research quality or the ratio of staff to students to place higher education institutions in order of success and impact. Results across the different rankings will vary according to the measures used and the importance they place on the different performance indicators.

    The rankings listed above are taken from three of the most trusted World University Rankings:

    Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE)
    The Times Higher Education World University Rankings focus on 5 core areas: Teaching (30%); Research (30%); Citations (30%); International outlook (7.5%); and Industry Income (2.5%). See their methodology

    QS World University Rankings (QS)
    The QS World University Rankings evaluate universities based on Academic Reputation (40%), Employer Reputation (10%), Faculty/Student Ratio (20%), Citations per faculty (20%), International Faculty Ratio and International Student Ratio (5%). See their methodology

    Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)
    The Academic Ranking of World Universities ranks universities according to Quality of Education (30%), Quality of Faculty (40%), Research Output (20%), and Per Capita Performance (10%). See their methodology
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