|General requirements for admission to Bachelor’s programmes||Tweeter|
The following is regulated by articles 49 to 56 of the decree of March 31, 2004 defining higher education, promoting its integration within the European space for higher education and refinancing the universities.
1 - a certificate of higher secondary education awarded within the French-speaking Community (and accompanied, up until
the 1992-1993 school year, by a diploma attesting aptitude for higher education)
2 - a diploma granted by a school of higher education within the French-speaking Community that confers an academic degree to someone, or else a diploma awarded by a university institution or a school offering instruction in some area of higher education itself, in accordance with previous legislation.
3 - a degree in higher education, issued by a school that offers instruction in the form of continuing adult education
4 - a letter in support of admission to a particular programme mentioned in the letter, and which attests that they successfully passed an examination for admission administered by an institution of higher education, or by a Jury attached directly to
the French-speaking Community
5- a diploma, degree or other certificate of study similar to those described above, issued by the Dutch-speaking Community,
by the German-speaking Community, or by the Royal Military School
6- a diploma, degree or certificate of study from a foreign country, which is recognized as the equivalent of those mentioned under numbers 1-3 above through the application of a law, decree, European directive or international convention
7- a diploma, degree or certificate of study from a foreign country judged to be comparable by a jury to those mentioned under 1-3 above
8 - a diploma attesting the student's aptitude for higher education (DAES) conferred by a jury of the French-speaking Community.
Contact(s) : Admissions Office