The University of Liège covers 4 cosmopolitan campuses combining the dynamism of urban life with a green environment. Its 23,000 students form a community with an intense cultural, sporting and community life.
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- Liège City Centre
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In the heart of Europe
Just a stone’s throw away from the main European centres, the University of Liège is present in three French-speaking cities in Belgium. It covers 4 campuses with specific assets: Liège city centre, Liège Sart Tilman, Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech and Arlon Campus Environment.
Rooted in the heart of the Ardent City and its exciting urban life, the campus of Liège city centre is the historic campus of ULiège. It is there that we find its central administration, as well as its Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, of Architecture, and HEC-Management School of the University of Liège.
Nestled in lush greenery, to the south of Liège, the campus of Sart Tilman is a university area at the forefront of progress. It groups together most of ULiège's activities: six Faculties, a series of research infrastructures and major sports equipment.
A campus on a human scale and widely open to the world, the Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech site (Province of Namur) hosts a unique Faculty dedicated to agricultural sciences and biological engineering.
Located in the south of Belgium (Province of Luxembourg), the Arlon campus is dedicated exclusively to the environment. The University of Liège has installed there its Department of Environmental Science and Management, joined each year by hundreds of students from all over the globe.
An international university located in the heart of Europe, the University of Liège is spread out over 4 campuses gathering together 10 Faculties and 1 School of Management. ULiège current hosts 23,000 students forming a cohesive multicultural community.