- For all secondary school students
- Better understanding of basic financial mechanisms
- Free of charge, neutral and independent
- Designed to meet the attainment targets
- Safe. Click here for all our coronavirus measures
This visit fits in perfectly with our teaching programme. As the students and we teachers too enjoyed the whole experience, we will be coming back soon with our 4th grade classes.A teacher of the 5th grade economics-mathematics section
What is the Wikifin Lab? Who is it for?
The Wikifin Lab is an interactive and digital centre for financial education where secondary school students can experience a variety of financial situations from everyday life.
The Wikifin Lab has been developed together with teachers, educational specialists, university researchers and experts in behavioural economics and gaming.
We would ask that pupils wear a face mask in the event that they have had a high-risk contact or have (light) symptoms.
09.00 a.m. - 11u30 a.m.
13u00 p.m. - 15u30 p.m.
Length of visit
Price of visit
Free of charge, but only by reservation
Rue du Congrès/Congresstraat 18, 1000 Brussels
- by train
op 10 min. van het centraal station
- by metro
op 5 min. van halte Madou
- by tram
op 2 min. van halte Congres
- by public bus (De Lijn, STIB-MIVB)
op 5 min. van halte Madou, Congres of Presse
- by chartered bus
gratis parking voor 1 bus
The picnic area is temporarily unavailable
Education in the picture
The Wikifin Lab
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about your visit,
(changes to) your booking, capacity and other practical questions.
A visit to the Wikifin Lab does not require any specific prior knowledge. Do you wish to find out more about the themes explored in the Wikifin Lab? Are you looking for educational tools to prepare for or continue your visit to the Wikifin Lab in the classroom?
(available only in French and Dutch)
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