Fifth European school in the Brussels region


€70 million will be released by Belgian federal government for the construction of a fifth European school in Evere.

It will be built on the former Nato’s site in Evere and will open its doors for 2,500 pupils in September 2019.

According to De Morgen, the plans have been approved by Belgian interior minister Jan Jambon, whose responsibility includes public properties.

The number of pupils enrolled in Brussels’ four European Schools – Laeken, Uccle, Ixelles and Woluwe-Saint-Lambert – increased by 8% between 2014 and 2017. Headcount in each school ranges between 2,700 and 3,000 pupils.

The European schools are open to children of staff associated with the EU, Nato, the UN and some other diplomatic institutions.


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