The Center for Creative Leadership’s headquarters for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) are based in Brussels, Belgium in the prestigious Woluwe-Saint-Lambert neighbourhood. From April 1st, 2012, CCL EMEA holds its programs at its own brand new campus, which blends modern training facilities with a creative office space in the exclusive surroundings of the famous Woluwe Park. The new CCL EMEA campus creates unparalleled opportunities for in-depth self-reflection and uninterrupted leadership learning experience.

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Our facilities are housed in the Woluwe Atrium, a landmark building due to its design excellence and strategic location alongside the UCL university complex, and a host of corporate headquarters of multinational corporations and administrative centers. EMEA facilities are less than ten minutes’ drive to the airport, and even nearer to the European district and lively cultural Brussels city center; and yet it represents a green, pleasant, and stress-free environment.

City Information

Brussels, the capital city of Belgium is one of the most famous historical cities and tourist attractions in the world. As the headquarters to the European Union (EU) and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) it is often referred to as the Capital of Europe. Brussels is the home of multiple cultures and the city of Art Nouveau architecture, fine food, 80 museums, numerous tourist attractions, and a vibrant night life.

The starting point for any visit to Brussels is the gorgeous Grand Place, which was built as a merchants market in the 13th century. Today it serves as the centre of the city and host numerous concerts and festivals. Check the Brussels weather forecast before your next visit to the city.

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Rue Neerveld 101-103 Neerveldstraat
B-1200 Brussels,


+32 (0) 2 673 63 06

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