While Belgium is participating at its level in the production of vaccines or its adjuvants, it also has an important role to play in logistics.
There are 18 courses at Belgian universities and colleges that are among the world top 50 for their discipline. This is reflected in the recently published 'QS World University Rankings'.
Once more, Belgium excels in diplomacy.
After Mons 2015, the European momentum is continuing at the Mundaneum. The archives centre and exhibition space Mundaneum in Mons is the first Belgian site to receive the European Heritage Label.
Compared to 2015, Belgium has gone up one place in the ranking and is now 18th in the World Happiness Report (WHR), compiled by the Earth Institute of the renowned University of Columbia.
Seven Belgian universities appear in the list of the 200 best universities in Europe, according to the British Times Higher Education (THE) ranking 2015-2016.