Universities and non-university institutions must register online in order to attend Brussels College Night. This is a two-step process, involving an online registration and payment, both of which are detailed below.
Online registration is open from 1 March to 1 September 2020 and can be done via the link below.
Please note that this form requests the name and contact information of the representative attending the fair as well as the contact information of any additional persons at the institution handling registration, payment, etc. In addition, we also ask that universities respect the word limit when submitting a short 100-word paragraph profile of their organization/university for our website and brochure.
After completing your online registration, you will receive an email within five business days confirming your participation in Brussels College Night and providing you with more information about payment. (If you do not receive a confirmation email within a week of registering, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Participating institutions that register before 5 June 2020 benefit from a reduced Early Registration fee:
- Early Registration for Universities: €300 / $330
- Early Registration for Non-University Institutions: €400 / $440
After 5 June 2020, institutions may still register at the full registration price. Late Registration must be completed before 1 September 2020.
- Late Registration for Universities:€400 / $440
- Late Registration for Non-University Institutions:€500 / $550
Payment may be completed via bank transfer, check, or even PayPal. You will receive more information about payment after your registration has been received and will receive an invoice (if requested in the online application). Please note that registration is not considered complete until payment has been received.
If you have questions about registration or are having difficulty accessing the registration form, please contact us at email@example.com.
What should I expect from Brussels College Night?
Brussels College Night has traditionally been held in the large auditorium or gym of one of the international schools in the Brussels area, and typically begins with an hour-long panel discussion in the school auditorium or theater. (Representatives interested in participating in this panel discussion should indicate this on their registration form.)
What should I bring with me?
For security purposes, we ask that you please bring a photo ID along with you when arriving to the fair. Universities are encouraged to bring materials about any NCAA, NIAI, or NJCAA athletic programs and/or Summer and English Language Programs available for international students at their schools. Representatives are also encouraged to collect information from their university about how many Belgian applicants and matriculated students they welcomed during the last academic year before they embark on their travel.
How can I transport physical materials to the fair?
You may ship printed materials or equipment in advance. If possible, please make sure to mention Brussels College Night on the box/label.
What will be provided for me at the fair?
The school will be providing each institution with a table, a chair, and a water bottle.
How do I get to the fair?
The Fulbright Commission will provide a free shuttle bus for representatives. Representatives taking the shuttle will meet in front of the Starbucks in the main lobby of the Central Station at 4:00 p.m. and walk to meet the shuttle, which will leave from the Brussels Central Station at exactly 4:30 p.m. Representatives will also be able to take the same shuttle bus back to Brussels Central Station after the event at at approximately 10:00 p.m. Please note that representatives must reserve their seat on this shuttle in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with their name, institution, and contact information.
Representatives may also choose to take their own transportation to the fair. If you prefer to reserve a taxi in advance, please try Taxi Bleus (email: email@example.com, telephone: +32 02 204 21 11) or Taxis Verts (+32 02 349 49 49) or ask your hotel concierge.
Where should I plan to stay?
We recommend that university representatives stay at a hotel near Brussels Central Station or Brussels Airport Zaventem, as there is a train that connects the airport directly with Brussels Central. We partner with Hotel Motel One, an affordable business hotel in downtown Brussels. Click here to reserve a room and use the partner code Com3C1CC2C8 to get special member advantages when booking!
Can I arrange visits to other international schools while in Brussels?
It is possible to arrange visits to several area international schools.