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Au pair requirements for Belgium

Learn more about the basic requirements for both au pairs and host families to enter the au pair program in Belgium.


Au pair requirements

  • You are 18 to 25 years old.
  • You speak a basic level of German, Dutch, or French depending on your regional placement.
  • You have never been married and have no children.
  • You have finished secondary school.
  • You can afford your travel costs.
An au pair holds hands with one of her host children while playing at the playground. Au pair requirements for Belgium

Host family requirements

  • You have at least one child under the age of 13.
  • You speak Dutch, German, or French every day depending on your region.
  • You do not have the same nationality as your au pair.
  • You have a private bedroom in your home for the au pair to live in during their stay.
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Conditions and visa requirements for Belgium
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Conditions to au pair in Belgium
Click here to read more about pocket money, lodging, holiday time, and other conditons.
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Visa requirements for Belgium
Click here to learn more about the entry requirements and visa needed for your nationality.

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