Royal Athenaeum of Evere

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Royal Athenaeum of Evere

Address: Avenue Constant Permeke 2, Evere, 1140, BELGIUM

Telephone: +32 2 701 97 11

Website: arevere.be

VET Sectors

  • Business Administration
  • Mechanics&Mechatronics
  • Building&Architecture
  • Catering
  • Arts
  • Food Production

The Royal Athenaeum of Evere is a public school. Its organizing authority is the French Community.
In the beginning the school has been created to achieve the secondary education needs, then it has expended and diversify the educational needs. The VET education has been created with a new location. The vocational training that we offer can be followed full time at school. Sections organized by the school: 

  • Restaurant / Kitchen and catering
  • Assistant to the advertising business
  • Accounting technician
  • Administrative assistant
  • Electromechanical
  • Industrial Electrician
  • Technical equipement maintenace
  • Plumbing
  • Heating 

Also the school is organizing infant and primary school. We have a mixity of age in our school, from 3 years until 22 and up. An average of 850 children and 150 member staff are daily busy at school.
Our Establishment is located in a socio-economically disadvantaged area of Brussels. Our students are children of immigrants or refugees settled for some recently in our country. Dozens of nationalities coexist daily.
Our school officially organize in his structure the DASPA (Dispositif d’accrochage scolaire pour primo arrivants) – (An academic hanging for new arrivals migrants).
4 classes are managed through this program with about 50 students, French teachers, 4 mathematics teachers and 1 sciences teacher are in charge of those groups.
The main nationalities are: Brazil, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq and RD Congo After a good level of French, they are introduced in the regular classrooms.

Projects/events

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Sustainable Development Goals

ENNE Project coordinated an international online conference on November the 9th named VET4FUTURE. The conference introduced to the future of vocational education thanks to Mr.

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