Discover Brussels' international schools for your children
AGNES SCHOOL - Etterbeek
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.
As an international school, this institute delivers several quality diplomas. Pupils can expect to obtain the certificates of the Cambridge, Belgian French Community (CEB) and Belgian Flemish Community (IDP) educational programs.
Rue Louis Hap, 143 - Bruxelles
Tel : 02 / 736 13 86
EUROPEAN SCHOOL BRUSSELS III
ISB - Brussels
Tel : 02 / 661 42 11
INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
LYCÉE FRANÇAIS JEAN MONNET – Uccle
BRITISH SCHOOL OF BRUSSELS
Tel : 02 / 766 04 30
BEPS – International School in Brussel
Tel : 02 / 648 4311
Do you own an international school in Brussels ?
What can you expect form an international school?
Most of the time, international schools provide lessons in English. This language is known for its global use. It can be interesting to learn it from the youngest age. If you work in an international company or institution, and if you think your child may want the same path, enter this kind of school is the best decision for his future. Later, it will also be a way to enter more easily in an English or an American university. The vast majority of the other pupils, and even some teachers, come from all around the globe. This intercultural environment has a beneficial effect on their development and their learning of other cultures which is a good way to open their mind and improve their general knowledge.
Generally, the level of education is higher than the national standard in Belgium. 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.
Another great difference is that they are highly encouraged to involve in a large number of extracurricular activities. This is a way to learn each other in another context and to keep them active in their own education since they will choose something in which they are really interested.
Information published on the 21st of April 2021 on the webpage Brussels Expats / International Schools.