KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law

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KU Leuven is one of the most renowned universities in the world and one of the oldest in Europe.

About the university

KU Leuven was founded in 1425 by issue of Pope Martin V which makes is one of the oldest universities. Today, the university consists of eleven different sites scattered all over Belgium. There are 50,000 students being accommodated by KU Leuven across the different campuses and almost 10,000 people being employed by the University and the University Hospitals. KU Leuven also ranks among the the world’s finest in terms of research.



Language of study: English

  • IELTS 7.0; TOEFL min. 600 paper-based, min. 250 computer based and min. 100 Internet based; Cambridge Advanced Level Certificate


  • 653,60 EUR fixed amount
  • Additional cost of 54,10 EUR per credit for European citizens and 99,11 EUR per credit for non-European citizens

Faculty of Law

The KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP) is located at the campus of the faculty of law in Brussels, the heart of Europe. It is recognized worldwide for its expertise and research projects. The teaching staff includes internationally renowned academics, experts from institutions such as the European Commission, and leading practitioners in the fields of IP, IT and media law.