Support for philanthropists who want to get involved in the fields of training and education.
Promoting access to education for children and young people and training for adults: the King Baudouin Foundation joins forces with philanthropist and donors. We support and collaborate on projects of public interest in this area. In relation to education about democracy and citizenship, we develop and manage the BELvue museum, a place where visitors – and especially youngsters – can find out more about the history of Belgium and develop critical thinking about important issues of democracy.
- support for philanthropists (individuals, organisations, businesses) who wish to be involved in the fields of training and education
- support for the projects of individuals and organisations that aim to improve the education of children and young people and training for adults
- development of the permanent exhibition of the BELvue museum, which is permanently open to the general public
- implementation of educational activities in the form of temporary exhibitions and activities designed for students around a number of themes such as democracy and citizenship, the media, our colonial history and justice.
Managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, the BELvue was created as a place where visitors, and especially young people, can learn about and better understand Belgium, its history…
Fund Fulbright Transatlantic
Grants for graduate and post-graduate study, research, and lecture proposals in the field of U.S.-EU relations, EU policy, or EU institutions for EU citizens at accredited U.S. u…
AMS Antwerp Management School for Sustainable and Innovative Entrepreneurship (Fund)
Scholarships for master's students and entrepreneurs from the South to take classes at AMS, followed by further coaching in their home countries.
Ernest Solvay (Fund)
Support to initiatives promoting scientific and sustainable development, both in Belgium and abroad.
Entrepreneurship outside Europe: 43 talented young Belgians honoured by the Prince Albert Fund
43 Prince Albert Fund laureates who conducted a one-year mission outside Europe on behalf of a Belgian company were presented with their diploma by HRH Prince Lorenz.