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Puzzled by Belgium?
After only one year, the Free University of Brussels (VUB) has seen a doubling in the number of students enrolled in its new English-language bachelor of Social Science study programme
Belgium needs to attract more highly educated workers from abroad, writes VRT Nieuws.
Flanders' Catholic school network has asked Flemish education minister Hilde Crevits to postpone the first day of school until 4 September because the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha, or Fe
Participants hoping to pass the driving license theory test in Brussels will soon no longer be allowed to bring along an interpreter to the exam, says Brussels minister for road safety
In 2018, a middle school for adolescents aged 10 to 14 will open its doors in Anderlecht, the first of its kind in Belgium which currently only has two school levels: primary and secondary, writes
As Belgium's parliamentary year kicks off this week, state secretary for foreign trade Pieter De Crem (pictured) is conspicuous in his absence, as he is in the US for six week
Only about 37% of Belgian primary school students are taught a foreign language, according to a study by the Statistical Office of the European Union on the occasion of the European Da
The call centres of the Belgian emergency hotline numbers 112 and 100 last year received a total of 2,757,722 calls, or an average of 7,555 per day, reports De Morgen based on figures from