Are you looking for a student job? Foreign students may have problems finding a job because a lot of them require language skills in French and Dutch.
Different legislation applies for..
Students from Switzerland may work in Belgium without a work permit.
Anyone who lives in Belgium for longer than three months must register at the local authority. You will receive a national registration number and will be entitled to repayment of taxes if you fall below the income cut-off.
Non-EEA student who wish to work during the academic year are required to have a Type C work permit.
As a non-European international student with a Type C work permit, you are allowed to work a maximum of 20 hours per week during the academic year. .
More information about working in Belgium as a student can be found here.
How do I find a job?
There are several possibilities (job service of the school, employment offices of the governments and adverts in newspapers), but the best option for international students still is a registration in an interim office. These offices make job selections for you and won't abuse your status as an international student.
English, French, Dutch: Randstad
French, Dutch: Adecco, Manpower, Unique