Founded 1425, UCL is one of the oldest universities in the world. Erasmus, Jansenius, Vesalius, Mercator, Georges Lemaître worked or taught at the UCL. In 1970, separation into two distinct universities, the Flemish-speaking one remained on the original site in Leuven. The French-speaking University moved to Wallonia (Louvain-la-Neuve). The faculty of Medicine moved to Brussels.
- Philosophy, Arts and Letters FacultyFields of study: Ancient Civilizations, Musicology, Italian, Classical Languages, Performing Arts, Archaeology, Art History, Chinese, German, Linguistics, French, Cultural Studies, Modern Languages, Communication Studies, Philosophy, Literature, Arts and Humanities, History, Information Technology, English
- Public Health FacultyFields of study: Public Health
- Theology FacultyFields of study: Theology
- Management SchoolFields of study: Management
- Admission details: Secondary school certificate and entrance examination, or foreign qualifications if recognized under agreement concluded with the Belgian Government. Other foreign qualifications subject to the approval of the faculty concerned