Reuters has published its top 100 most innovative universities in the world. In 7th place is one of our own Belgian universities: the KUL!
Belgium ranks 17th on the Social Progress Index, created by Social Progress Imperative (SPI), a non-profit organisation who each year makes a list of the best countries to reside.
Alexander De Croo, the Federal Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Cooperation, Digital Agenda, Telecom and Postal Services, has been named one of the Young Global Leaders of 2015 by the
According to the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2015, an annual study carried out at the request of the European Commission, Belgium ranks fifth in the European internet use list.
Bednet and Skills Belgium are among the 46 winners of the European Citizen’s Prize 2014, which is presented by the European Parliament.
The Mayor of Ghent, Daniël Termont (61), was elected the second best mayor in the world by the World Mayor Project on 3 February.