Education in Brussels


Courses for Adults and Evening Class in Brussels


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Proxy Belgian education

For the French community it is possible to get a proxy education (enseignement à distance - EAD) that provides a lot of courses (French, maths, old and modern languages, sciences, history, IT...).

Anybody can register for those courses. There is no age limit and no requirement regarding the level of previous diplomas, the type of degree and the graduation. Information: http://www.ead.cfwb.be

Thanks to the proxy education system (Plei@d), you can have access to twenty modules popularizing knowledge about the Internet and other networks.

You will find also a list of organisation and proxy education on the French speaking community of Belgium. You can also visit the website of the permanent education service.

See also our article on Language courses.

Update 18/11/2005

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