Practical Information

Would you like to learn Dutch? Are you looking for a course in Brussels? Visit the Dutch Language House Brussels.
You'll make a test and we'll give you all the information you need.

Headquarters in Brussels 

Philippe De Champagnestraat 23 / 1000 Brussel
T 02 501 66 60 / info@huisnederlandsbrussel.be 
Tram stop Anneessens - line 3 / 4 / 31 / 32

 

Opening hours

Monday - 14 - 16 17.30 - 18.30
Tuesday 9 - 11.30 14 - 15.30 -
Wednesday - 14 - 16 17.30 - 18.30
Thrusday 9 - 11.30 14 - 15.30 -
Friday - - -

 Also check our closing days in 2017.

Office in Jette 

Gemeenschapscentrum Essegem
Rue Leopold I-straat 329 / 1090 Jette
Metro stop Bockstael - line 6

Thursday 9 - 11.30 14 - 16 17.30 - 18.30

Also check our closing days in 2017.

Office in Elsene (Ixelles) 

Gemeenschapscentrum Elzenhof
Kroonlaan/Avenue de la Couronne 12-14
1050 Elsene (Ixelles)
Bus stop Blyckaerts - bus 38 / 95 
 
Tuesday 14 - 16 17.30 - 18.30

Also check our closing days in 2017.

 

How long does a visit take?

Plan half a day for your visit.

What will you need to bring with you?

A current proof of identity (link only available in Dutch) and optionally a language cheque from Actiris (link only available in Dutch or French).

How much does it cost?

  • If you live in a municipality within Brussels you just have to pay for the books and the administration costs (max. 45€).
  • If you don't live in a municipality within Brussels, you will pay for the course (max. 72€) and for the books and the administration costs (max. 45€).  
  • With a language cheques from Actiris, the course is free of charge.
  • In some specific cases (link only available in Dutch), the course is free of charge.

Preferred payment method is by debit card. If this is not possible, cash is also accepted.