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The state school system in Belgium can seem complex but there is a wide array of childcare and education facilities for expat families to consider.
If you're looking to study in Belgium, here’s a list of the main universities in Belgium.
Dutch, French and German are spoken in Belgium. Here's a guide to the many language schools in Belgium, as well as online and computer language courses.
Join the international part-time MBA online presentation by Filippo Passerini. [Contributed by MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business]
The International School of Brussels and Bell partner together to offer a three-week summer programme. [Contributed by the International School of Brussels]
ISF Waterloo is now the first ‘Google School’ in Belgium. [Contributed by ISF Waterloo International School]
Almost 80 percent of the TIAS part-time MScBA students get a new job during their studies. [Contributed by TIAS School for Business and Society]
May Sau, a graduate of Nyenrode, talks about her experiences and lessons learnt during her study programme. [Contributed by Nyenrode]
What will you give your child this summer? [Contributed by the International School of Brussels]
All children and parents are invited to take part in an exciting and informative programme commemorating the 200th Battle of Waterloo anniversary. [Contributed by ISF Waterloo]
Language training expert Wendy van Dalen explains the impact of immersion on both children and adults for learning a second language.
Whether you're looking for an international school, private school, English school or Montessori school in Belgium, here is a list of Belgium's international education options.
If you want to study in Belgium, this guide lists the main colleges and universities in Belgium, with information on their curricula, background and graduate programmes.
There are several British schools in Belgium located in the main Belgian cities, such as Brussels and Antwerp.
If you're living in Belgium, should you choose a local or international school in Belgium for your child's education?