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Moving to Belgium with a family is full of big decisions, but one of the most important decisions you’ll make is where to put your child into school.
Students in the highest three years of primary school and the first year of secondary school will get the unprecedented opportunity to be archaeologists for a day this autumn.
In Brussels Expo yesterday, about 5,000 candidates took part in the entrance examination for medical studies to become a doctor or dentist.
Four years after the launch of the integrated school project, in which car manufacturer Audi offers internships to students at KTA Pro Technica high school in Halle, the company has decided to exte
The Boodschapinstituut, a primary school in the Brussels district of Schaerbeek, has fired a teacher because she has never been baptised.
A new, more conservative Catholic school, Sint-Ignatius, is opening its doors on 1 September in Maleizen, a district of Overijse, just outside of Brussels.
A non-profit organisation in Mechelen has started a collection to establish a primary school for Muslim children.
ISF Waterloo, an international school south of Brussels, has officially ‘gone Google’, equipping all of its classrooms with digital, interactive whiteboards.
Belgium’s liberal parties Open Vld and MR have submitted a proposal to lower the age at which compulsory education begins to five.