The Flemish Higher Education Decree of 13 July 1994 ushered in a large-scale merger operation and reorganisation of the educational system (disciplines and curricula). More than 160 institutions were reduced to 22 colleges. Erasmus University College Brussels came into being in 1995 from a merger of some ten colleges in and around Brussels. Together with the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels), in 2003 Erasmus University College Brussels created the Universitaire Associatie Brussel (Brussels University Association) to bring the masters degree programmes in line with the academic requirements of the Bologna declaration. Erasmus University College Brussels has 20 professional bacheloreopleidigen and seven academic art education. In addition, the college offers several advanced courses (Banabas) and through the center for continuing education EhB + also postgraduate and continuing refresher on. Erasmus University College Brussels stands for high quality professional and artistic higher education with strong programs in synergy with research, artistic development and social services. Erasmus University College Brussels stands for high quality professional and artistic education. With a view to a good start as a beginner or professional artist, every employee commits to providing the best possible education to all our students. Students get as much in small groups taught by enthusiastic, professional teachers. Also renowned guest lecturers and guest speakers used to share their knowledge with students. Besides the transfer of knowledge and professional skills, great attention is paid to the personal growth of our students. Erasmus University College Brussels encourages its students and staff to give an international dimension through participation in mobility programs to the training. Every year more than 200 students, teachers and staff of the EHB abroad. Erasmus University College Brussels chooses internationalization anchor in all aspects of higher education. A period abroad stay offers students an opportunity to gain new insights and to further develop a number of countervailing ones functions that are very useful in the 21st century: language skills, curiosity, resilience and perseverance, work in teams. Students who are not going abroad have the opportunity to make their intercultural and international competencies to tighten.