New Dual Degree Program with UCL in Belgium May 30, 2007

The Economics Department has obtained a $624,000 grant to create a dual degree program with the Universite’ catholique de Louvain, in Belgium. The grant is designed to foster increased student mobility between EU countries and the U.S. Clemson economics students will receive generous stipends to cover the cost of three semesters of study in Europe. Students will spend one semester taking courses at the University of Maastricht in The Netherlands, and two semesters at UCL in Louvain la Neuve, Belgium. The instruction at Maastricht will be in English, and the instruction at UCL will be in French. After returning to Clemson to complete their studies, students will earn bachelors degrees from both Clemson and UCL! For more information, please contact Professor Sauer.

UCL Montesquieu lecture halls (via: JNélis / Wikimedia Commons)

UCL Montesquieu lecture halls (via: JNélis / Wikimedia Commons)