ISF Waterloo has become the first school in Belgium to have officially ‘gone Google’.
School heads wish to focus upon their educational duties. The excessive number of tasks, which school heads within the Wallonia-Brussels Federation have to carry out is stopping them from successfully completing their educational tasks. So reveals a study produced by the Fondation Roi Baudouin, the main conclusions of which were…
Five years from now, Belgium will have 3,700 too many qualified doctors, the Journal du Médecin reported on its internet site on Friday.
The entrance exam that grants students access to the second year of medical studies after completing the first year will be made up of, on average, seven tests in the same day.
925 pupils chose sports studies in schools within the Wallonia-Brussels Federation for the 2014/15 school year, according to a survey conducted on January 15th, the Office of the Minister for Education Joëlle Milquet indicated on Wednesday.
A criminal investigation was opened after the death of a first-year student from Ghent University.
A pilot project will aim to help internships and vocational studies become even more Europe-oriented from next autumn.
The Health Minister Maggie De Block (Open VLD) told L’Echo there would be “enough Inami numbers for all medical students doing their 4th Master year”.

Cheap telescopes for special education

Wednesday, 23 September 2015 17:39
Thanks to the “Stars shine for everyone” project, special education schools can buy telescopes for as little as 100 euros.
Seven Belgian universities made the annual “QS World University” rankings published on Tuesday, including 4 in the top 200 universities.