|Special cases: 1st cycle studies in engineering sciences||Tweeter|
In application of article 50 of the decree of March 31, 2004 defining higher education, promoting its integration into the European higher education space, and refinancing the universities, admission to civil engineering studies is subject to a student's successfully passing a special admissions examination.
Passing this examination successfully makes it possible for the student to be admitted in any francophone university in Belgium that offers courses of study in the applied sciences.
If you do not have a diploma that is recognised as equivalent to a high secondary education diploma (C.E.S.S.) you must take the entire battery of admissions examinations in order to gain entry into the civil engineering programme. Besides the mathematical portion, this examination also has sections covering French (written and oral tests), a second language (open choice between Dutch, German, English and Latin) as well as history, geography, physics, chemistry and biology.
The faculty arranges two examination sessions. For more information, click here.
Attention: Students that are not citizens of a Member State of the European Union are not authorized to take this examination unless they have an authorization to register issued by the Admissions Office of the University of Liège.
Contact(s) : Admissions Department