The Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) of the University of Kent is proud to mark its 20th anniversary of teaching, study and research in the ‘Capital of Europe.’
As part of their 20th Anniversary celebrations, BSIS have organised an exciting Lecture Series in the spirit of their intellectually stimulating and interdisciplinary approach. They are welcoming acclaimed academics and practitioners from around the world, in the fields of politics, international relations, cultural studies, law, and economics over the course of 2018-19. As one site of a leading UK university, BSIS offers a number of postgraduate taught and research degree programmes ranging from International Conflict and Security to International Migration, International Relations, International Development, International Political Economy, Political Strategy and Communication, and International Law and Human Rights Law. .
BSIS works closely with three academic schools of the University of Kent; the School of Politics and International Relations, Kent Law School and the School of Economics. This means students on their programmes benefit from a stimulating and truly interdisciplinary approach to their studies. The School of Politics and International Relations offers seven programmes at BSIS, further details on all of our postgraduate programmes can be found on our website.
You can find out more about our Brussels centre on our webpages.