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Presentation Social Services
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Presentation Social Services
Presentation Social Services
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  • 1. Centre for StudentCounselling and Guidance
  • 2. Overview of Topics1. Brief Overview of STUVO HUB Work Fields2. What is the cost of Higher Education in Belgium?3. Study Financing Support4. Integration Activities for International Students
  • 3. 1. Brief Overview of STUVO HUB Work Fields• Financial Support - Help and guidance with grants of the Flemish Government - Financial Support STUVO HUB - Information and advice on the student statute• JOS (student jobs) - Information and advice on legislation of student jobs - Consultation of the JOS database• Housing - Student rooms through the private market or through the student housing organisation vzw Quartier Latin - Information and advice on housing in Brussels - Tips and tricks for finding the perfect accommodationThese services are guaranteed by the Social Service.
  • 4. • Student coaching - All subjects can be discussed - Tips for the future - Trainings: study motivation, fear of failure, study methods, planning of the exams, active studying,…• Student activities - Sports at HUB facilities and in Brussels at a low cost - STUVO cultural events and support of creative initiatives - Information and campaigns on healthy food, drugs, AIDS,…• Student restaurant - Student friendly prices - High Quality and daily fresh products• Transportation - Information on the public transport in and around Brussels - Cheap season tickets (metro, tram and bus) of the MIVB
  • 5. 2. What is the Cost of Higher Education inBelgium? (1)Direct costs of higher education: - Tuition fee - Books, courses, study material, … - Study related costs: field trips, traineeship costs,… - Computer, internet, library, … - Transport
  • 6. 2. What is the Cost of Higher Education inBelgium? (2)Indirect costs of higher education: - Accommodation - Food - Free time (sports, movies, music,…) - Clothes - Medical Costs
  • 7. 2. What is the Cost of Higher Education in Belgium? (3)
  • 8. 3. Study Financing Support (1)• Taxes (benefits per child fiscally dependent)• Child allowance• Study financing of the Flemish Gov.• Study financing by the social service• Student jobs
  • 9. 3. Study Financing Support (2)• Tax deduction for parents Parents receive a tax deduction for the children that are fiscally dependent.• Child allowance A monthly allowance given to the parents for the costs of education and support of the children.
  • 10. 3. Study Financing Support (3)• Study Financing from the Flemish Government = study grantStudent has to fulfill 3 conditions: 1. Nationality condition 2. Educational condition 3. Financial conditions
  • 11. 3. Study Financing Support (4)• Study financing by the social service - Advance on the study grant of the Flemish Government - Reduction of the tuition fee - Payment in installments of the tuition fee - Social allowance of the Social Service
  • 12. 3. Study financing support (5)• Student jobs Arrangement: 2 x 23 days of work REMARK: as of 1/01/2012: 1 x 50 days - 23 days during the summer (July-September) No limits in worked hours Important: solidarity contribution 2,5% - 23 days during the academic year No more than 240h/quarter Important: solidarity contribution 4,5%
  • 13. 3. Study financing support (6)• Student jobsA student is allowed to work more than 2 x 23 days (or 50days in 2012), however, this can affect the taxes of thestudent’s parents or the student’s taxes.Fiscally dependent?Net income from student jobs: < € 2.890,00(single parent: € 4.170)Student pays taxes?Net income from student jobs: < € 6.570,00
  • 14. 4. Integration Activities for InternationalStudents• Welcome Day for International/Exchange students• Buddy Programme for Exchange students• Help with the Global Village (information fair for HUB students by exchange students)• Activities organised by STUVO HUB: Trip to Christmas Market in Cologne, Indoor football competition, …

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