École Européenne de Bruxelles II


Location: Belgium
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through
Funding status: State
Gender: Mixed

About École Européenne de Bruxelles II

École Européenne de Bruxelles II (The European School of Brussels II, or EEB2) is a state funded all-through school located in the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert municipality of Brussels, Belgium. It is one of four schools in the European Schools education group in Brussels, and one of 14 European Schools overall, run by the governments of the European Union Member States. It has an enrolment of approximately 3,000 students and is a coeducational school teaching pupils between the ages of 4 and 18 years old.

It offers the European Baccalaureate curriculum and has nine different language sections including Dutch, German, Italian, Swedish and Portugese. As a bilingual school, lessons are taught primarily in English and French.


Simon Sharron

Values and vision

École Européenne de Bruxelles II's slogan is “United In Diversity” and in keeping with this ethos follows the general mission of all the European Schools. This is primarily to provide a multilingual and multicultural education to European students. The school aims to give students confidence in their cultural identity, providing the basis of their development as well rounded citizens of Europe. An encouragement of not only European but global perspective is a major objective of the school and a high quality broad education is given in foreign languaged to help aid a bridge between cultures.

In addition to the core curriculum subjects, physical education, a study in the arts and creativity in music is also offered to provide a diverse and informed learning experience.


Address: Avenue Oscar Jespers 75, Bruxelles, B - 1200, Belgium
Telephone: +32 2774 2224