|General Requirements for registering for courses as part of a programme leading to the doctorate||Tweeter|
The following dispositions are regulated by articles 55, 56 and 60 bis of the decree of March 31, 2004, defining higher education, promoting its integration into the European higher education space and refinancing the universities.
See also the conditions for admission to and registration in doctoral programmes for
1 - an academic Master's degree in the same subject area as the 2nd cycle studies, amounting to a minimum of 120 credits
2 - an academic Master's degree conferred at the conclusion of 2nd cycle studies amounting to a minimum of 120 hours, through a decision by academic authorities, under conditions they themselves determine, and after a jury has issued a decision and explained the reasons for it.
3- an advanced academic Master's degree, conferred through a decision by academic authorities, under conditions set by them, and after a justified decision made by a jury
4 - an academic degree similar to those mentioned in previous sections but conferred by the Dutch-speaking Community,
the German-speaking Community or by the Royal military school, under the same conditions
5 - a foreign academic degree recognized as equivalent to those mentioned in sections 1-2 as application of this decree,
a European directive, or an international convention, under the same conditions
6 - an foreign academic title or degree awarded after 2nd cycle studies, and held to be worth at least 300 credits by the jury, under the same conditions
7 – a certificate of doctoral work in the same subject area
8 – an attestation of successful completion of a preparatory year programme for 3rd cycle studies, as determined by the jury
An academic degree of the 2nd cycle, awarded in accordance with arrangements in force prior to the decree of March 31, 2004, opens to its holder the same possibilities for further study as a Master's degree based on 120 credits.
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