The University of Antwerp is a young, dynamic and forward-thinking university. It integrates the assets of its historical roots with its ambition to contribute positively to society.
The University of Antwerp is an international university, with students from all over the world. Around 19% of our students are international students, representing 116 nationalities.
The University of Antwerp is a firm believer in student-centred learning. We start from the premise that all students have the desire to learn and increase their knowledge. Our study programmes are designed to support and activate this desire. Studying means taking responsibility and making a commitment, but it is also a social process where you learn from others, both from lecturers and classmates. We focus on competence-oriented education. These competences include specific skills and attitudes, in addition to knowledge and insight.
The Faculty of Business and Economics has AACSB and EPAS accreditations, both hallmarks for excellence in business education. And: The Financial Times ranked the University of Antwerp in the best Masters in Management ranking, where it received first place in terms of 'value for money'.
The University of Antwerp belongs to the top 200 universities in the world and the top 100 universities in Europe.
(in the world)
|Times Higher Education World University Rankings||2020||198||94|
|QS World University Rankings||2020||223||97|
|Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities||2019||201||80|
To start your studies at the University of Antwerp in autumn, you usually need to apply by
When you apply to the University of Antwerp, you will need to prove your English proficiency.
The Board of Admissions may accept 1 year of study (60 ECTS) in an English-language Bachelor or Master programme sufficient.
Notable alumni of the University of Antwerp include Marcia De Wachter (Director of the National Bank of Belgium) and Dirk Van de Put (Chairman and CEO of Mondelez International).