Belgium consistently scores well in all the main indicators of good living and is good location for expats to live. Belgium offers many top attractions in spades: It’s the home of the European Union, a short trip to a number of international capitals, has three official languages (French, Dutch and German) and a sizeable international community. Beyond that, it’s also famous for chocolate and beer. For expats who are ready to embrace Belgian culture, moving to Belgium offers many new experiences.

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Education is compulsory from 6 to 18 years of age for Belgians. Belgium had the third highest proportion of 18- to 21-year-olds enrolled in postsecondary education, at 42%. Belgium's education is currently the 19th best in the world, being significantly higher than the average. The educational system is segregated within a secular and a religious segment. The secular branch of schooling is controlled by the communities, the provinces, or the municipalities, while religious, mainly Catholic branch education, is organized by religious authorities, although subsidized and supervised by the communities.

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