|Studying for an advanced Master’s after receiving a higher education diploma||Tweeter|
An advanced Master's degree prepares you with respect to a specialised professional qualification, and leads you toward credentials and academic degrees that are required by law in various professions and occupations.
Such programmes lead to the acquisition of specific skills recognised as necessary by practitioners in research and instruction, which present the characters of originality, specificity, and uniqueness.
In view of the specific features of this degree, admission to advanced Master's programmes is reserved for students who already have a Master's degree as a result of completing a programme of 5 years of study (300 credits).
Nonetheless, students who obtained a 2nd cycle diploma in 4 years (at a University or at some other institution of higher learning) prior to the coming into force of the "Bologna" decree can also be admitted to an advanced Master's programme.
Please take a look at the list of advanced Master's programmes offered at the University of Liège.
If the admission you are seeking requires a decision from authorities, you must complete and submit an individual admissions file.
The file you have to submit in this case must be submitted before August 31, and must contain the following items:
This file will be submitted to a jury, which will make its decision as quickly as possible.
20 working days from the date of the submission of your file, you will receive your admissions decision, and where appropriate, notice of your individualised programme.
If on the other hand your diploma entitles you to automatic admission to the advanced Master's programme you wish to enrol in, you may appear in person at the Admissions Office, (ground floor, central building, Place du 20-Août, 9, B-4000 Liège) between June 30 and July 11, 2008 or between August 19 and September 30, 2008 (Monday through Friday, from 9.00 to 12.00 and from 13.30 until 16.00).
Contact(s) : Admissions department