Higher Study in Belgium

Country Descriptions: Belgium is a small contingent of Western Europe. Its capital is Brussels, where the European Union headquarters are located. The official languages of the country are French, Dutch, and German. The currency of this country is the Euro. The countries around it are France, Germany, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Belgium provides quality education with its top-notch universities.

What to study: Belgian higher education institutions offer degrees at ordinary Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate levels, and undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas over a full range of disciplines.

Intake Information: Belgium has only one semester in a year and the application period is starting from 1st October to the end of March. Therefore, students must complete their online application before the 1st of April.

Scholarships: There are many scholarships for international prospective students. Here are a few popular scholarships.1. University Top Grand Scholarship.2. Erasmus Mundus Scholarship. 

Tuition Fees: Non-EU student’s tuition fees average 1000 to 5000 Euros per year. Bank Solvency: Block account 8000-12000 euros per year. 

Working in Belgium: Students holding a residence permit will be limited to working 20 hours per week. During the months of June, July, August, and September and from 15th December to 15th January, students can work 40 hours per week. In 2019, the national minimum wage in Belgium is fixed at 1,593.8 € per month.After completing the graduation, if students can get an immediate job then they can stay longer.

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