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|!!! Deadline for receipt of applications to the admissions department : April 30, 2013 !!!|
Prior to registration at the University of Liège, you must submit a complete admissions file, accompanied by the official documents required by the Admissions Office by April 30, prior to the start of the new academic year. The file will be submitted to the Student's Administration, wich will make a decision. If you are accepted, you will receive a letter authorising you to register.
Complete the application form online.
You will also be required to submit your plan for paying for school (scholarship or other source of funds) over the length of your programme of study at the University of Liège, taking account of the cost of living in Belgium.
Finally, if the language of your previous years of instruction was not French, you must furnish official proof of your knowledge of the French language. Proficiency at the "B2" level, in accordance with the European framework of reference, is required. Proficiency at this level must be proven by attestation that you have passed a standardised test (DALF, DELF, TEF or TCF).
In accordance with the basic jurisprudence established by all juries, the University of Liège only admits students from countries outside the European Union to first-cycle bachelor's studies under the following conditions:
1) You must have received your diploma for secondary studies (baccalaureate, State diploma) in 2011 or in 2012 with a mention of 13/20 and a minimum grade of 12/20 in the subjects that are part of the intended subject area. That is to say:
2) You must not have failed more than one year in a foreign higher education institution.
3) If you completed your studies in Belgium, your last result must be a passing result.
4) You must possess the legal right to be admitted to the ter cycle of university studies in the French-speaking Community of Belgium, either by obtaining from the Ministry of the French-speaking Community a judgment of equivalency between your diploma for secondary studies and the corresponding Belgian diploma (and possibly, by passing such complementary examinations as may be required, or by passing the admissions entrance examination for the first cycle of university studies. In order to be admitted to civil engineering studies or to the civil engineer/architect programme, you must pass the admissions examination for the first cycle of studies in applied sciences.
5) If the diploma you received at the end of your secondary studies was not issued by a school in which French was the language of instruction, you must include with your admissions file, official proof of your knowledge of French. Knowledge equivalent to level B2 in terms of the European reference framework is required. Proficiency at this level is established by an attestation of your successfully passing a standardised test (DALF, DELF, TEF ou TCF).However, this test does not replace the Examination to prove mastery of the French language , and non-francophone students admitted to the first cycle are still required to pass that examination.
6) You must provide us with your plan to pay for your schooling (official proof of financial resources required), demonstrating sufficient financial resources to pay your expenses while studying in Belgium.
7) Remember: programmes in veterinary medicine, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, speech and language therapy, engineering sciences, medical and dental sciences have additional admission requirements pertaining only to those programmes.
No admission decision will be rendered in cases of incomplete application files, missed deadlines, or submission of documents ithat do not meet standardised academic criteria as required.
The University of Liège reserves the right to demand presentation of original diplomas and grade reports as part of the framework of the registration process.
School authorities will verify the authenticity of declarations and documents submitted. If there is any doubt, additional information and/or documentation may be required. Any submission of counterfeited documents will be reported to all institutions concerned, and will entail automatic cancellation of registration.
Only students who have paid all bills and fees owed to the University can register.
Contact(s) : Admission Department