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You can find many language schools in Belgium if you need to improve your language skills.
If you come from a country signed up to the Bologna Process you will have your educational qualifications recognised in Belgium.
There are numerous large companies located in Belgium, including Banque Nationale de Belgique, Proximus (telecoms, previously Belgacom), Ageas (insurance), Anheuser-Busch In Bev (brewing), Bakaert (manufacturing, chemicals), Colruyt (food retail), Delhaize (food retail), D'Ieteren (automative), Elia (energy), KBC (banking/insurance), Solvay (chemicals), UBC (pharmaceutical) and Umicore (materials technology).
Belgium has one of the highest minimum wages in Europe – in 2017, Belgium's minimum wage started at around EUR 1,532 (for 18 years olds) to .
Citizens from elsewhere will generally need a work permit, and certain nationalities will also need a visa to enter the country, although exemptions apply.
Read more in Expatica's guide to Belgian work permits, or find out if you need an entry visa or any other permit in our guide to Belgian visas and permits.
If you want to work in certain professions, you may have to have your professional qualifications, both your training and experience, officially recognised or regulated before you can work in Belgium.
Many foreigners easily find work in Belgium and chances of finding jobs in Belgium's main cities, particularly jobs in Brussels, are increased by the extensive international business scene and European Union (EU) presence.
With many EU institutions, NATO and lots of other major international organisations and multi-national companies based in Brussels, there are a great many jobs in Belgium for foreigners.
Check here to find out if you need to have your profession regulated and how to go about it.
Learning experts Springest, can also help you decide on suitable courses to follow to help you find your dream job.