Studying in Brussels as a foreign student
- Lots of practical information is available in the “Coming to study in Belgium” section of www.belgium.be (FR/NL), including information about the education system in Belgium, qualifications and access conditions, grants, internships and European programmes.
- The Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation also provides practical and administrative information to foreign nationals that would like to study in Belgium.
The Expat Welcome Desk of the Brussels Commissioner for Europe and International Organisations is a free, independent and public service. It offers administrative assistance to people who settle in the Brussels-Capital Region as part of their activities within and around the European and international organisations.
On its website you can also find information on international primary and secondary schools and language courses in Brussels.
For French speakers
- The French Community’s education portal (FR) is another source of information for people who want to study in Belgium.
- The website Study in Belgium is an initiative of the Wallonia-Brussels Community providing practical information to foreign students in French-speaking Belgium.
For Dutch speakers
Study in Flanders is a website designed exclusively for foreign nationals who wish to study in the Flemish Community. It includes all the information you could ever need on study opportunities, the education system in Flanders and Brussels, and student life.
Diploma recognition in BelgiumThe website www.mydiploma.be offers information about the recognition of foreign diplomas for people who want to find a job, follow a vocational course, start a business or study in Belgium.