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 -
Thrusday 9 - 11.30 14 - 15.30 -
Friday - - -

 Also check our closing days in 2017.

Office in Jette 

Attention! Closed from Thursday 06 July 2017 until Thursday 17 August 2017. Back open on Thursday 24 August 2017.

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) 

Attention! Closed from Tuesday 04 July 2017 until Tuesday 15 August 2017. Back open on Tuesday 22 August 2017.

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.