The EEA (European Economic Area) contains all 28 EU-countries + Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. If you belong to this category, you have the same rights and duties as students with the Belgian nationality. This means you do not need a work permit.
Note that every student who stays in Belgium for longer than 3 months needs to register at the foreigner's office of the city hall of the commune where you live in order to get a national number. The national number is obligatory if you want to apply for a student job.
The first 475 hours
As a student, you do not need to pay the same contribution for the social security
(RSZ/ONSS) as a regular employee, but just a small fixed percentage which is called the
"solidarity contribution". Nevertheless there are some conditions linked to this advantage:
⦁ You need to be employed with a student contract.
⦁ You can only work 475 hours a year (calendar, not academic year!) with this
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