The Brussels for Europe is set up as a partnership between the joined-venture Vrije Universiteit Brussel - Université Libre de Bruxelles, the Brussels-Europe Liaison Office representing the Brussels Government, and the European School of Administration as a European partner.
COSMOPOLIS - City, Culture & Society, a transdisciplinary research centre in urban studies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, is responsible for the organisation and daily management of the masterclass.
The majority of the activities take place in the premises of the Brussels-Europe Liaison Office in the Avenue d’Auderghem. The Brussels-Europe Liaison Office was founded in 1991 by the government of the Brussels Region. Its aim is to promote the image of Brussels as capital of Europe and seat of key European institutions while at the same time informing residents of the important role played by Europe in the well-being and prosperity of the Region.
The European School of Administration is responsible for publicising the masterclass in the EU institutions and the enrolment of participants. The core mission of the school is to provide high quality training and learning opportunities that meet the needs of all EU institutions and their staff.
Brussels for Europe gets support from the Brussels Capital-Region.