Belgium is divided into three communities based on the language spoken in the region. This regionalisation has given the communities a large measure of self-government: they are now responsible for most services for individuals, i.e. for education, the environment, cultural matters, etc.The Flemish Community is thus responsible for education in the Dutch-speaking part of the country and the French Community is responsible for the French-speaking part of Belgium.
Education in the French Community
At the site Enseignement.be you can find an overview of opportunities for studying in French-speaking Belgium. (in French)
This is the website of the Comenius programme, which supports partnerships between educational establishments, training projects for teaching staff and education networks. The aim of Comenius is to improve the quality of education, strengthen the European dimension, encourage language learning and promote mobility of students and lecturers.
To enter the Belgium for study purposes, people from most countries outside the European Union need a visa. Information about visa procedures is available here .
In Belgium, The rights of persons with disabilities are protected by special legislation, exclusively dealing with disability matters. According to the Government the rights of persons with disabilities are protected by a combination of special and general legislation. The judicial mechanism adopted to protect the rights of persons with disabilities is due process (legal remedy through the courts). Non-judicial mechanisms include an Ombudsman, a governmental body (administrative) and independent expert bodies. The Government does not refer to any non-judicial mechanisms. Read more about disability legislation in Belgium here.
Access to buildings (in french)
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a European wide student organization. Its goal is to help exchange students find their way in their new homes. The network contact with more than 60 000 students.
This entry changed: Wednesday 28th March 2018.