According to a study conducted by QS Quacquarelli Symonds, a leading global higher education company.
Capital of Belgium and headquarters of the main European and international institutions (European Parliament, European Commission, NATO...), Brussels is known for its international diversity and its key role in European politicy but also for its comic strips, pubs, gastronomy and its Art Nouveau houses.
Generally, higher education in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation becomes more open and multicultural and opens doors to many internships and job opportunities.
In the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, higher education institutions are resolutely oriented towards the international. They welcome 20% of international students, 20% of international professors, 40% of foreign (post)doctoral students. Finally, it is noted that 60% of scientific publications come from international co-authors.