What does it mean to attend a Jesuit university?

Having gone to public school my entire life, I did not know what to expect attending a Jesuit institution — ironic, considering that the Jesuit core value of educating the whole person is initially what attracted me to Santa Clara University. But what does it mean to be a Jesuit school? Would I see strange […]

ETS Workshop

Liana Berkowitz, an academic relations specialist, greeted her workshop’s participants with a cheery smile that belied the morning’s gray skies and wasted no time in launching into her material for the day leading the Propell® workshop. This workshop is a one day, professional development program designed to help English-language teachers meet the challenges of teaching […]

Being a First-Generation College Student

first generation college student noun a student whose parent(s) have not completed a bachelor’s degree. This means that they are the first in their immediate family to attend a four-year college or university. “I am proud to be a first generation college student” — Attending university: a right of passage subjected to endless depictions of […]

EducationUSA LL.M. Fair

On the evening of 12 November 2019, the Fulbright Commission in Brussels is proud to welcome representatives of 25 American law schools as part of their LLM Tour across Europe. Join us! Now in its fifth year, the LL.M. Fair provides law students and young lawyers in Belgium the opportunity to meet and network with […]

Celebrating Thirty Five Years of College Night

The EducationUSA Advising Center in Belgium hosted its thirty-fifth annual Brussels College Night on Monday 30 September 2019 at the International School of Brussels. Now in its thirty-fifth year, Brussels College Night holds the distinction of being the only U.S.-focused college fair in Belgium. The annual event provides Belgian students, parents, and teachers with the […]