How to register
Our courses are open to all (minors minimum 15 years old).
Before making your appointment, please read the following procedure carefully:
From December 18, 2023 please click on the green button « I make an appointment to register » to make an appointment on our website.
When you register at our offices in Rue Abbé Jean Heymans, 29, 1200 Brussels, you must be in possession of:
- An ID card, or a valid passport NON-E.U. citizens are required to bring A Belgian residence permit (electronic card), or a registration certificate, or a valid passport with visa, if applicable (in which case an additional €90 fee will apply).
- A copy of the identity document is required. Due to a shortage of paper we can’t make copies ourselves.
- the completed registration form (Available on our website in the download section)
- the amount €92 (only by bank card) for a course for a semester (from end January to the beginning of July)
- Reduced fees are mentioned on the page “registrations” on our website.
A 45-minute level test (compulsory and free) will take place from 24 January on. You will get the precise date and time of the test when you register. After the test we will be able to tell you the days and time of your course.
Classes are given twice a week depending on the level, please consult the class schedule in the "Documents for download" section of our website. If, after the test, the class schedule is not convenient to you, you can ask for a refund following the procedure mentioned on your receipt.
The courses start from 29 January, 2024
No appointment request will be processed by email, phone or on site.
An appointment is nominative and personal. You only need to make one appointment, whatever language(s) you require.
If you are booking an appointment for several people,
please use a different email address for each person.
If you wish to change your appointment, please click on the link in the confirmation email you received.
In case of duplicate appointments, we reserve the right to delete the second one.
An appointment does not constitute a promise of registration.