The University College Leuven Limburg (UCLL) is a HEI (Higher Education Institute) in Flanders, Belgium and is part of the University Association Catholic University Leuven (KU Leuven). UCLL is the result of a merging process of three University Colleges: Katholieke Hogeschool Leuven (KH Leuven), Groep T and Katholieke Hogeschool Limburg (KHLim). UC Limburg (in the past KHLim) is known for the high quality of its teaching, research and regional development. More than 40 bachelor's, master 's and lifelong learning programmes are offered in diverse fields, including health care, social work, business & commerce, education, science & technology and media & design. The strong commitment of the university college to research ensures state-of-the art training programmes for its 6000 students. Priority domains of the institution are: regional development, blended learning (including development of MOOCs), lifelong learning strategies, internationalisation and research. The research policy focuses on market-driven applied research. The mission of UC Limburg is to develop innovative technology for companies and to transfer new technology to the market. UCLL also provides consultancy and continuing education for local industries, organisations and governments. UCLL is a member of educational networks across the globe and strongly collaborates with local, regional and national policy-making bodies, resulting in a broad network of stakeholders. UCLL was/is involved in a variety of European projects: under FP7 (OPEN GARMENTS, PATHWAY, JamToday, TRADERS), under LLP (ELENA, SPIN-OFF, EU-Drivers, E-Divide), and other EC programmes (IEE, Daphne, Interreg). Visit our website.