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If you are a citizen of a Member State of the European Union, you do not have to submit a full application file in order to register for courses in a 1st year bachelor's programme. You are automatically qualified to register.
Nonetheless, you must still meet the following conditions:
- You must not have failed previously at the same level in the same subject as the one you are trying to be admitted for. In such a case a third registration has to be for another subject area. A further failure would mandate exclusion from registering at the university in any subject area for a period of five years.
Note: failure or non-appearance at a competitive examination in a subject area, or failure in a preparatory year devoted to a subject area, are considered cases of failure in that subject area.
- You must hold a certificate that is recognised as conferring the right to be admitted to first-cycle university studies in the French-speaking Community of Belgium. That is to say: either a certificate of higher secondary education (C.E.S.S.) awarded by a Belgian school, or a decision regarding C.E.S.S. equivalency issued by the French-speaking Community of Belgium, or a European baccalaureate issued by the high council of the European School, or an international baccalaureate issued by the Office of international baccalaureates in Geneva.
Failing that, you must produce an attestation of successful completion of an admissions examination for the 1st cycle of university studies or the 1st cycle of applied sciences (if you are applying for the 1st cycle of bachelor's level studies in civil engineering).
Further, if you are an applicant to programmes of study in veterinary medicine, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, logopedy, medicine and dental sciences, you should know that there is a yearly quota for non-resident students in these areas that is determined before classes begin.
Finally, if you want to be admitted to programmes of study in either medicine or dentistery, you should know that after the first year of studies there is a competitive selection process. Only the highest scoring students, the number depending on a fixed quota, will be allowed to register for the second year of studies at the bachelor's level in those subject areas.
This measure is suspended.
You may appear in person at the office of the Registration Service (ground floor of the central building, Place du 20-Août, 9, B-4000 Liège), bringing with you the following documents :
Further, if any of your diplomas were granted by schools in which the language of instruction was not French, you must successfully pass an examination to demonstrate your mastery of the French language before your first regular examination period as a student at the university
Contact(s) : Admissions Department