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The University of Liège may not have a long past, but it does have a long history and profound roots. This may be its best possible guarantee of success as it resolutely turns to the future. The University of Liège has all the assets necessary to become a leading European and even world university : a pluralistic vocation; an openness to today's political, social, technological and industrial realities and those of tomorrow; active involvement in international and European research programmes as well as those facilitating the mobility of students and researchers; and a commitment to the development of student-centred learning.
Located in the heart of Europe, where the Euregio-Meuse-rhine axes converge, one of the University of Liège's main priorities is to open itself to the world. This determination is manifest in a series of concrete initiatives which have brought together more than six hundred partners in Europe and throughout the World. Read more.
The reputation of the medieval schools of Liège was such that the city became known as the New Athens. The list is impressive indeed : the College of the Brethern of the Common Life, the College of Jesuits, the Schools of Higher Learning founded by Prince-Bishop Velbruck, the English Academy, and the Imperial Academy (under Napoleon). The founding of the University of Liège in 1817 by Wilhem the First of Orange was the culmination of a long intellectual tradition going back to the inception of the Principality of Liège. Read more on the history
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