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Beyond our challenging academic curriculum, we offer our students the experience of getting to know Belgium’s second largest city and the capital of the Antwerp province.? Antwerp city is located on the right bank of the river Scheldt. The Antwerp harbor is one of the largest seaports of Europe, handling high volumes of cargo. The city is renowned for its diamond trade and its diamond district, and has an excellent reputation in the fashion world. Antwerp is an important regional center of economic activity and is known as a relatively small, attractive city offering a wide variety of cultural, sports and leisure activities to its residents. Main attractions and landmarks include the Boerentoren (our campus is located on the other side of the street), the Central Station, the Grote Markt, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, the Rubenshuis, the Steen, and the Antwerp Zoo. The Antwerp metropolitan area has a population of around 1 million.

We consider networking as important as the academic curriculum as lifelong contacts made while studying at an international business school such as ours will unquestionably be beneficial when embarking on professional activities in the future. We are certain that the time spent in Antwerp will remain as one of your greatest memories but would also like to inform you about the possibility to study one or more quarters abroad at one of our other campuses!

“Antwerp, a must for art lovers, fashion enthusiasts, and diamond traders!”?

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