HISTORY

F9 Languages in Brussels, formerly known as ‘Fondation 9′, is a language school founded in 1989 under the aegis of the Free University of Brussels (ULB), the Brussels Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BECI) and the City of  Brussels.

This nonprofit organisation is still actively associated with the ULB and has been directed by Chérine Kaynak since 2009.

Our small structure allows us to remain not only flexible and efficient but also provide truly tailor-made courses.

The school recently moved to a new 400m2 premises in a passive building at 120, Louise Avenue.

The name Fondation 9 derives from the 9 languages spoken in the European Union in1989. Today  the school focuses on 7 languages: French, Dutch, English, German, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese..

For over 10 years F9 has worked as a language training partner of Médecins Sans Frontières and many other NGOs and not-for-profit organizations.

We also provide all year round language training support to over 3000 students of ULB under the Plan Langues framework.