|Entering a Master’s programme after receiving a Higher Education diploma||Tweeter|
The University of Liège offers you a wide selection of advanced-level Master's programmes, many of them exclusive to the University.
Besides Master's programmes that take one year (60 credits), you can opt for a Master's in two years (120 credits), choosing a programme with an additional "certification" (emphasis on teaching, research or a specialization).
Made your choice? Then all you have to do is register.
In 2006, the French-speaking Community wrote laws that established the University admissions requirements for people who held diplomas from a non-university institution of higher learning: the "passerelles" (transition) regulations. These regulations control the equivalency of non-university programmes and the transition from a non-university programme into a university programme (1).
All the relevant information about these new regulations is made available to you here :
(1) Law of the Government of the French-speaking Community of June 30, 2006, establishing the admissions requirements for University programmes, for holders of academic diplomas awarded by non-university institutions of higher learning.
Contact(s) : Admissions department