Economic Hogeschool Sint-Aloysius

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Group.png Economic Hogeschool Sint-Aloysius  
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Formation1925
Extinction2013
HeadquartersBrussels, Belgium
Catholic Flemish/Belgian university of applied sciences from 1925 to 2013

The Economic Hogeschool Sint-Aloysius (EHSAL) was a Catholic Flemish university of applied sciences from 1925 to 2013. It was named after the Spanish Jesuit and Saint Aloysius Gonzaga (1568-1591). It was the first school specialized in economic training in Flanders. There were only 2 courses: commercial sciences and commercial engineering. In 2002, the institution merged with the IRIS Hogeschool Brussel and the Katholieke Hogeschool Brussel. The name EHSAL was then kept, but from then on it was only used as an acronym. Since 2013, academic courses have been organized by the University of Leuven on its Brussels campus. The professional bachelors remained with the HUB-EHSAL university of applied sciences, which merged that year with KAHO Sint-Lieven to form the Odisee university of applied sciences.[1]


 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedNationalitySummaryDescription
Isabel Albers22 November 1971BelgiumJournalist
Editor
Belgian editor-in-chief
Cecil de Strycker19152004BelgiumEconomist
Central banker
Deep state operative
Governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1975 until 1982.


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