Students who are interested in studying in Belgium will find reason information that will help them to navigate this country. From the official language to others languages routinely spoken throughout the country, to what to expect for a month-to-month rent living situation.
We will even cover what universities are currently open to the public and private institutions that are still open. There are a few universities that some students will find within their internet search that have closed down in Belgium. But we have the currently open universities list below.
Along with living costs, we have provided an annual tuition cost section that will detail a bit about what a student can expect to spend in tuition per academic year. There is an average cost along with a maximum amount that can be expected with more needed resources topics such as medical.
We always suggest that within the student’s study search, or where to study and at what university to look through each university website and utilize the contact information to gain more insight.
Universities in Belgium:
- University in the City of Brussels
- The KU Leuven Catholic College
- Ghent University
- University of Antwerp
- University in Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve
- University of Liège
- Hasselt University
- University of Mons
- Artevelde University of Applied Sciences
- University of Namur
- Practical School of Higher Commercial Studies
- College of Europe
- ICHEC Brussels Management School
- Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen
- Royal Military Academy (Belgium)
- Haute Ecole en Hainaut (Research Center)
This is not an entire list of all of the available colleges in Belgium.
Cost of Living
What is to be expected when living in Belgium? A typical monthly average cost for a single person living in Brussels is estimated at €1,800. However, this is living within the city center, taking transportation, having extra activities to do throughout the student’s stay and living quite comfortably.
Estimated in August 2022, students could find a room that was around 85 square meter apartment with the rent being €144.Without utilities included or internet.
Students in Belgium tend to spilt apartments with current school mates and spilt everything down the middle to have the cost quite less than it would be if the person was paying everything on their own. This is a temporary solution that can work towards the benefit of both individuals.
The universities do have accommodations available however, paying on campus accommodation can be more.
Annual Tuition Cost
What can international students expect from an average college tuition cost in Beligum? For EU students there is an estimated $1,060 per academic year. For non-EU students they can expect to pay around $4,900 to $5,000 per academic year.
Non-EU students would fare better if they were to be successful at receiving a scholarship that could handle some of the tuition cost or excess fees such as healthcare abroad.
Main Languages Spoken in Belgium
What are the main languages in this country? There are three official languages of Beligum, they are French, Dutch, and German. There are many languages spoken throughout the country such as English, Flemish, Luxembourgish, and many more dialects.
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