University of Kent

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The University of Kent's Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) is a specialist postgraduate center offering advanced graduate degrees (MAs, LLMs and PhDs), taught in English, covering the spectrum of international affairs, politics and law.  

Studying in Brussels will allow you to carry out in-depth analysis of contemporary issues including conflict, security, development, migration, the political economy, the climate and environmental crises and the legal basis of a changing world order.  At Kent in Brussels, our programmes take advantage of the incredible location, home to European Union institutions, NATO and many other international organisations, NGOs and representations, Brussels itself is the extension of your classroom.

The broad selection of taught and research programs available, ranging from politics and international relations to law, migration and conflict studies, means you can choose a degree that best reflects your interests. We promote flexibility and offer course start dates in September and January, as well as access to our incredible career service, to support you with your internship/job search during your studies and post-graduation. 

You may choose to focus on one degree, but you also have the possibility of selecting one of these subjects as a secondary area of focus. You could, for instance, take a Master’s degree in International Relations with a focus in Human Rights. The choice is 100% up to you and your desired career path.

The University of Kent is the only UK institution to have a school in Brussels, and are proud of their international supportive postgraduate community, representing over 45+ nationalities it’s a great place to get connected. Our Kent degrees in Brussels are full English degrees and are accredited in Belgium, by the higher education accrediting body for the Flemish Community in Belgium (NVAO) and recognized by the Flemish Government.

The students here benefit from close access to professors, support team, a research-active environment, and exposure to practitioners from Brussels-based organizations.

As well as being close to numerous European and international organizations, such as think tanks, lobby groups, NGOs and multinational companies, the students enjoy unparalleled opportunities for networking, academic development and professional advancement. Take your ambition further.

To receive information directly from the Admissions Department, click here or contact them directly at [email protected]

Kent in Brussels are always open to visits so, pay them one if you are around Brussels (it is warmly suggested to arrange this in advance!).

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Annual Enrollment:
100 (avg)
Average GPA:
Work Experience:
Internships possible
% International:
Over 90%
Employment Sectors:
EU Institutions, NGOs, diplomacy, government, law, international commerce, finance
Degrees offered:
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Employment record:
Over 94% find a job or further study opportunity after graduation