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Belgium’s Constitutional Court has ruled that children should not be required to follow religion or morals lessons in the country’s primary and secondary schools.
Dutch-speaking university colleges want to oblige first-year students to achieve a minimum of 60% of the total study points rather than the 50% now required.
The British School of Brussels (BSB) in Tervuren recently laid down the first symbolic stone for its new sports centre during a festive ceremony (pictured).
Education is the one investment you can make that almost always appreciates with time. Improving your skills or learning new ones can make you more desirable to employers.
A recent study by the Organisatio
Belgium's labour minister, Kris Peeters, intends to sign an agreement in the new year with his counterparts from Luxembourg and the Netherlands, under which any one of the three countries will auto
One advantage that is often overlooked when making Belgium your roost for a few years – or even a lifetime, as the case may be – is easy access to one of the best, oldest and most affordable univer
Kris Peeters, the Belgian minister for work, economy and consumer affairs, met European Commissioner for work Marianne Thyssen earlier this week to discuss policy priorities for the coming years.
In 1964, a small group of expatriate parents living and working in Belgium approached an order of Catholic sisters and asked them to help them build a school.