Family allowances

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Belgium - flemish 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 88.51/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25 and has no professional activity other than a student job during the summer holidays (July, August, September) and if, during the other quarters of the year, the student works no more than 240 hours per quarter. However in case the child is not living with or supported by mother, the family allowance is paid to the natural person (parent, relative, legal guardian) who actually supports the child.
Belgium - flemish 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 90.28/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job and work no more than 50 days during the year. However in case the student is not living with or supported by her/his mother, the family allowance is paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the child. Responsibility for family allowances was transferred from the federal level to the regional level (to the Flemish Community, the German-spekaing Community, the Walloon Region and Common Community Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region) in 2014.
Belgium - flemish 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances range from EUR 92.09/month to EUR 254.40/month per child, depending on the number of children in a family. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job for more than 50 days in a year. Usually the mother of the student receives the allowance, but they are paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the student. Responsibility is at the Flemish Community.
Belgium - french 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 88.51/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25 as long as the student has no professional activity other than a student job during the summer holidays (July, August, September) and if, during the rest of the year, the student works no more than 240 hours per quarter. However in case the child is not living with or supported by the mother, the family allowance is paid to the natural person (parent, relative, legal guardian) who actually supports the child.
Belgium - french 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 90.28/month depend on the number of  children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25. The student  should have no professional activity other than a student job and work no more than 50 days during the year. However when the student is not living with or supported by her/his mother, family allowances are paid  to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the child. Responsibility for family allowances was transferred from the federal  level to the regional level (to the Flemish Community, the German- speaking Community, the Walloon Region and Common Community  Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region) in 2014.
Belgium - french 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances range from EUR 92.09 to 254.40/month per child depending on the number of children under 25. Usually the mother of the student receives the allowance. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job for more than 50 days in a year. Family allowances are paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the student. Responsibility for family allowances is at the Walloon Region and the Common Community Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region.
Belgium - german 2013/14 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 88.51/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25 and has no professional activity other than a student job during the summer holidays (July, August, September) and if, during the other quarters of the year, the student works no more than 240 hours per quarter. However in case the child is not living with or supported by mother, the family allowance is paid to the natural person (parent, relative, legal guardian) who actually supports the child.
Belgium - german 2015/16 - family allowances
Family allowances from EUR 90.28/month depend on the number of children. They are in principle received by the mother of the child while the student is in education or training, until the age of 25. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job and work no more than 50 days during the year. However in case the student is not living with or supported by her/his mother, the family allowance is paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the child. Responsibility for family allowances was transferred from the federal level to the regional level (to the Flemish Community, the German-speaking Community, the Walloon Region and Common Community Commission for the Brussels-Capital Region) in 2014.
Belgium - german 2016/17 - family allowances
Family allowances range from EUR 92.09 to 254.40/month per child depending on the number of children under 25. Usually the mother of the student receives the allowance. The student should have no professional activity other than a student job for more than 50 days in a year. Family allowances are paid to the parent, relative or legal guardian who actually supports the student. Responsibility for family allowances is at the German- speaking Community.


Source: Eurydice, National Student Fee and Support Systems 2013/2014, 2015/2016, 2016/2017

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