Belgium - University of Liège

Belgium - University of Liège

University of Liège

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The University of Liège (ULg) was founded in 1817 by King Wilhelm the First after Napoleon demanded a university for Belgium – a territory that was then part of the Napoleonic Empire. It was given its current name in 1989 and is the only public university for the French-speaking community of Brussels.

Liège is Belgium’s third largest city, which sits in the Meuse River valley, close to the German and Dutch borders. It is one of the country’s major educational hubs and boasts a large population of students as well as a vibrant multicultural community. Its weekly Sunday market, La Batte, is popular with both tourists and locals alike. There is also a large number of sport and leisure clubs available to students through the university.

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