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For over thirty years, Brussels College Night has brought U.S. college and university representatives to Brussels each autumn to meet with students and parents from across Belgium. This event is intended for current secondary school students and parents.
Each November, our annual EducationUSA LL.M. Fair provides young lawyers in Belgium the chance to meet and network with admissions officers from 20+ U.S. LL.M. Programs. This event is intended for current law students and recent law school graduates.
Throughout the year, EducationUSA Advisers in Belgium and across Europe organize information sessions (both virtually and in person) and webinars to guide students and parents through the Five Steps to U.S. Study. Follow us on Facebook to see a full list of upcoming events! These events are open to all prospective students.
… or invite us to yours!
We are always looking for ways to expand our network! EducationUSA Advisers are available throughout the year to attend fairs, forums, and job days, and can present on various aspects of the U.S. higher education system. If your institution is organizing an international education-focused event, we’d love to take part.
Send an email to brussels [at] educationusa.org.
On the evening of 30 November 2021, EducationUSA Advisers in Belgium will host the 2021 EducationUSA Virtual LL.M. Fair. Before the fair, monthly informational webinars will help prepare law students and young lawyers to apply to study in the USA. Join us!
What is it like to attend one of EducationUSA Belgium’s annual undergraduate recruitment fairs? Karen Williams, a 2019-20 Fulbright student researcher to Belgium, volunteered to help out at Brussels College Night 2019. Below, she shares her experience at the event, including what she learned about the differences in Belgian and American higher education systems and her surprise encounter with a special guest!
EducationUSA Advisers in Belgium recently held a pre-departure orientation for the four Belgian secondary school students selected for the 2019
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