KU Leuven Campus Brussels

  • KU Leuven Campus Brussels
  • KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law
  • EULISP Information
  • Language skills: English
    • required proficiency: IELTS 7 or TOEFL 100
  • The tuition fee consists of a fixed amount of 230 euro and a 

    variable cost of 54.5 euro per credit.


The following courses are taught in Brussels:

  • European Electronic Business Law
  • Meida law
  • European Privacy and Data Protection Law
  • Electronic Contracts La
  • IP & IT and Health
  • Problems in the IP and ICT Practice
  • Cybercrime Law


Contact information

If you wish to obtain more information about the Master of Intellectual Property and ICT-Law, please contact:

Master of Intellectual Property Rights and ICT Law
KU Leuven Campus Brussels
Faculty of Law
Warmoesberg 26
1000 Brussel



This programme, built on the expertise of the KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law provides an in-depth study of European IP, ICT and Media Law. The ICT and media sector is a rapidly evolving and highly complex sector, influenced by technological, economic and sociological developments. In this sector, existing legal frameworks are continuously challenged, traditional legal concepts and principles need to be reinterpreted and an insight into other – connected – disciplines is vital to function at a high level. The course intends to address the increasing demand for qualified legal practitioners in the IP, ICT and media sector. To achieve this objective students will be offered a comprehensive study of European IP law, IT law and Media and Communications law, with a specific focus on relevant interdisciplinary perspectives (technology; economy; socio-political, cultural and media studies), and a number of practical skills that are of particular importance in this sector. To answer the need for specialised training, the faculty is drawn from a wide array of academics, government officials, civil servants from such institutions as the European Commission and national regulatory authorities, as well as leading practitioners. In this way, the programme offers academic quality and added value both to graduate students wishing to cap their curriculum, and to practitioners in search of top-quality, cutting-edge expertise.

More information about the full programme of the website can be found here.


EULISP Students - Programme Structure

EULISP Students - Programme Structure
Eulisp students who choose to come to Brussels in the second semester of the academic year will have the opportunity to follow the five courses that are taught in the second semester:

  • European Electronic Business Law (5 ECTS)
  • Media law (5 ECTS)
  • European Privacy and Data Protection Law (4 ECTS)
  • Electronic Contracts Law (4 ECTS)
  • Problems in the IP and ICT Practice (4 ECTS)
  • IP & IT and Health (4 ECTS)
  • Cybercrime Law (4 ECTS)

All courses are taught in the evening, from 6 pm onwards, in Brussels.


The official language of the programme is English. All modules will be taught in English; tasks and assignments will also need to be completed in English. Applicants must submit as proof of sufficient knowledge of the English language, one of the following test score: Toefl test (minimum 600 "paper based", minimum 250 "computer based" and minimum 100 "internet based"); I.E.L.T.S. test score of minimum 7; or, Cambridge Proficiency level certificate. Students who obtained their secondary school diploma or academic degree in a country belonging to the Inner Circle (the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Australia, English speaking Canada, Ireland, New Zealnd) are exemted from this requirement.


The tuition fee consists of a fixed amount of 230 euro and a variable cost of 54.5 euro per credit


Studying in the capital of Europe

All the classes are taught at the Brussels campus.
Brussels truly is ‘the capital of Europe’, hosting meetings and sessions of the European Commission, the European Parliament, NATO and many diplomatic missions and international organizations. In addition the many international firms and financial institutions that have their HQ in Brussels make the city one of the world’s biggest financial markets.

Founded in 1425, the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) has been a centre of learning for almost six centuries. Today, it is Belgium´s largest and higest-ranked university as well as one of the oldest and most renowned universities in Europe. As a leading European research university and co-founder of the League of Eurapean Research Universities (LERU), KU Leuven offers a wide variety of programmes in English supported by high-quality interdisciplinary research. Boasting an outstanding central location in the heart of Europe, KU Leuven offers a truly international experience, high-quality education, world-class research and cutting-edge innovation