The University of Antwerp is a forward-thinking university and located in the city of Antwerp. As 2014 statistics, the University of Antwerp ranks as 170th worldwide by Times Higher Education, 205th worldwide by QS World University Rankings, and 301, 400th place by Academic Ranking of World Universities. The University of Antwerp was one of the first European business schools to offer university degrees. The University of Antwerp conducting innovative scientific research which stimulates both basic and applied research and their valorisation. The University of Antwerp is conducting Competitive sports include Cycling,Chess and Bridge. The University of Antwerp has nine campuses are located over the city of Antwerp, from the historic city centre to the south of the city. The University of Antwerp has 33 undergraduate and 23 postgraduates. In addition, there are 31 programmes completely taught in English. The University policy is stimulating the social valorisation of the research results generated by research domains. These programmes are divided into 9 faculties like Applied Economics, Design Sciences, Applied Engineering Sciences, Arts, Medicine and Health Sciences, Pharmaceutical, Law, Veterinary and Social Sciences and Biomedical Sciences. The University student population is 20,000 and 500 academics staff. The students are coming from different countries. The number of student has been increasing significantly due to the quality of education of the University. The University of Antwerp is offering Merit scholarships and Grants for excellent performance students. It became the third largest university with 20,000 students. The University of Antwerp has organizing international student championships like IFIUS World Interuniversity Games (2004), FISU World University Cycling Championship (2006) and EUSA European University Bridge Championship (2007). The University of Antwerp is provided by three faculties. The University of Antwerp is offering Awards and Grants for excellent performance Researchers and Academic staff members. Professor Marc Bossuyt, department of Law, he was the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. He was awarded Order of Leopold royal decree. Professor Rudy Martens, department of Management and many publications in his field of expertise. Bence Nanay is Professor of Philosophy and he served as a jury member at major film festivals, including the Chicago International Film Festival. Bence Nanay doing excellent research work supported by a million euro grant from Flemish Research Foundation.