NEW FOR 2024: Study our Postgraduate Diploma in International Football Business from GIS’ new Brussels campus.

Open to international students. Starting September – apply now!

Welcome to the Global Institute of Sport's latest campus - GIS Brussels. Located at the iconic Lotto Park, the home of RSC Anderlecht, our state-of-the-art campus offers unparalleled access to world-class facilities and an immersive stadium learning environment right in the heart of Belgium.

The 22,000 seater stadium will be your home while you study with us, embracing all of the fantastic networking, experiential learning and incredible opportunities to the global sports industry it provides!

To find out more, register here for one of our webinars next Tuesday June 18th at 10am BST or 6pm BST.

You are also invited to register here for our Open Event at RSC Anderlecht's Lotto Park Stadium, Brussels on Monday 24th June 5:30-7:30pm CEST.

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Teaching locations at GIS Brussels

RSC Anderlecht Stadium - Lotto Park

The GIS Brussels Campus is launching this year, and is based at Lotto Park Stadium, the home of 34-time Belgian football champions, RSC Anderlecht. Students will be embedded in the football and sports industry as they study, accessing unique learning facilities in this inspiring stadium campus location!

This course is delivered in partnership with one of Europe’s leading universities, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Students will be able to enjoy access to VUB’s campus facilities and student activities.

Brussels loves sport

GIS students will not only be immersed in one of the most famous European clubs' stadium as part of their studies, but will be living in one of the most vibrant sporting capitals in Europe!

Like many areas across Europe, one of the city’s true loves is sport, and especially football. Brussels is home to multiple top-flight clubs including RSC Anderlecht and Royal Union Saint-Gilloise. Multiple lower league clubs are also dotted across the city, meaning there is no shortage in Brussels for any football fan. 

There are many other sports much-loved in Brussels, including cycling, with the city hosting the annual Brussels Cycling Classic, one of the oldest international races, dating back to 1893.

Get to know Brussels

With more than 80 museums, multiple performing arts theatres and being home to the European Union and NATO, Brussels’ culture goes well beyond its love of sport. World-renowned sites such as the Royal Palaces, the Atomium and the UNESCO World Heritage site the Grand-Place give the region its beauty and iconography.

People from across Europe head to Brussels for many of its annual festivals such as the Festival of Europe, Couleur Café Festival and the Belgian National Day Festival. This is in addition to parades and other events, such as the annual heritage days, the Zinneke Parade and the world-famous Flower Carpet. 

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