Discover Brussels' international schools for your children

AGNES SCHOOL - Etterbeek

A bilingual school ! A Christian school ! A school of life !

In the heart of Brussels, Agnes School offers parents an educative project with guaranteed personal development and academic excellence for each child, with a christian vision of family and life.

Official diploma at end of schooling : Cambridge, Belgian French Community (CEB) and Belgian Flemish Community (IDP)

Rue Louis Hap, 143 - 1040 Bruxelles
Tel : 02 / 736 13 86

LYCÉE FRANÇAIS JEAN MONNET – Uccle

enfants qui écoutent dans une salle colorée
This school welcomes pupils since the pre-primary cycle to dispense them the program of the French Education. However, the pedagogy is strongly centred on the languages and it is attended by children of dozens of nationalities.

ISB - Brussels

ISB - Brussels
The ISB in Brussels is composed by 1500 students from 70 countries. It is simply the oldest and largest English-medium international school in Belgium.
Tel : 02 / 661 42 11

EUROPEAN SCHOOL BRUSSELS III

EUROPEAN SCHOOL BRUSSELS III
The European School gives the opportunity to its pupils to choose between many options to guide them in an ideal degree course. The students are divided in seven linguistic sections : french, german, spanish, dutch...

INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL

 INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
This school is an independent, bilingual (English-French) pre-primary, primary and secondary school. It is situated near the European Institutions.
Tel: 02 / 230 02 18

BRITISH SCHOOL OF BRUSSELS

Located on a beautiful, spacious campus with ultra-modern facilities, this all-through international school is home to 1,350 students and 70 nationalities. The secondary school offers three pre-university routes : A Levels, the International Baccalaureate Diploma and BTEC vocational courses. The primary school provides inquiry-driven, skills-based learning that helps children flourish.
Tel : 02 / 766 04 30

BEPS – International School in Brussel

This international school in Brussels provides high quality courses to children aged from 2 to 14. Classes are given in English for a total immersion and they are prepared to pass the International Baccalaureate. They will also have access to numerous activities (sports clubs, cooking, discovering nature, etc.).

Tel : 02 / 648 4311

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What can these schools provide you?

The lessons are generally provided in English, which is interesting if you want your children to evolve in an international company or institution in his career or to pursue his studies in an English or an American university.

Most of the time, other pupils and even teachers come from all around the globe. They will learn a lot about other cultures and, then, be more open. They will also be involved in a large number of activities to know each other and be more active in their education.

Generally, the level of education is higher than the national standards. At the end of the cursus, the diplomas give you access to the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE), to the General Certificate of Education Advanced Level or to the American High School Diploma depending on the program of the school you are enrolled.

As students are prepared to successfully complete the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (or IBDP), they are eligible to the most prestigious universities of the world.

More information about international schools in Brussels

If you have just arrived in Belgium or that you want your children to speak English fluently as soon as possible, international are a good choice. Most of the time every class is given in that language so that the assimilation is facilitated. Other languages such as Dutch, Spanish and so on are also part of most programs. As we sometimes hear, a language is an open window to the world and this international environment will help pupils to be more open to the world and other cultures.

The vast majority of these schools work with whether the French or the English system. What are the main differences between those two? The English one leave more freedom than the other. They are encouraged to participate more, for example while writing and making oral presentation. The French focus more on the structure, the discipline and the results. Thus, each system has its own strengths.