Brügge – Photo: Libby Penner

Dutch, French, German - the Kingdom of Belgium is mainly characterised by different official languages. The reason for this is apparently the Germanic-Romanic language border in the fifth century. In the north of Belgium, the majority of the population speaks Dutch, while in the south French is predominantly spoken. Independent of the region, a stay in the neighbouring country is worthwhile. Belgium is a combination of medieval cities, magnificent houses, a great coastline and a multicultural society, making it an attractive internship location.





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