Required documents

Important warning:

  • Following languages are accepted for the documents and identification papers: French, English, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, German, Portuguese. Documents written in another language must be translated by a sworn translator. The translation must be annexed to the original document. The absence of the translation or of the original document is a valuable reason to refuse a demand. A diploma that contains a complete translation in French/English and is certified by the establishment where the diploma was edited must not be translated.

  • All documents need to be loaded online. Documents send by post, fax or e-mail will not be taken into account. Unless otherwise noted in the admission/registration form, the documents musn't be legalised. The documents may not exceed 2 Mo while loading. Following formats are accepted: JPG, JPEG, PDF, TIFF or RTF.

  • Declarations of honnour are not allowed for activities regarding studies, work or incomes.

>Documents for the 1st cycle (Bachelor)

As a general rule, following documents will be asked for an access to a first cycle of studies:

  • Identity photo(format W = 3 cm x H = 4 cm, file type = JPG preferably, JPEG, PDF, TIFF or RTF)

  • Identity card (both sides), passport

  • Diploma of secondary education (+ equivalence if you did not obtain your diploma in Belgium)

  • Students who need to deliver an attest of equivalence will also have to sign the equivalence contract (download it herepdf). Non EU-students wishing to apply for the 1st year of a bachelor degree are not concerned by the equivalence contract, but they do have to deliver the attest of equivalence.

  • Diplomas of higher education

  • Detailed transcript of records of higher education studies

  • Proof of academic activities without diploma and of non-academic activities for the last 5 years, with mention of the date of beginning and end of the activity (working attest, ...)

  • Motivation letter (if required by the jury)

  • Summary of courses (if required by the jury)

Important warning:

  • Non EU-students wishing to register for the first year of a bachelor degree are invited to consult the new admission criteria.

  • If your diploma of secondary education was not delivered in Belgium, you will also need to provide us with an attest of equivalence (see Special entrance requirements).

  • If you did not obtain your diploma of secondary education in the European Union and if you wish to register for a first Bachelor year, you will also need to deliver the transcript of records of your last year of secondary education.

  • If you are a non-EU student you'll need to deliver your VISA when you accept the offer of registration, namely from the 25th of June till the 30th of September 2016.

For the studies subjected to a drawing of lots, additional documents must be provided while presenting your demand. For more information ...

> Documents for the 2nd cycle (Master)

As a general rule, following documents will be asked for an access to a second cycle of studies:

  • Identity photo(format W = 3 cm x H = 4 cm, file type = JPG preferably, JPEG, PDF, TIFF or RTF)

  • Identity card (both sides), passport

  • Diplomas of higher education

  • Detailed transcript of records of higher education studies

  • Diploma of secondary education if obtained within the last 5 years and proof of academic activities without diploma and of non-academic activities for the last 5 years, with mention of the date of beginning and end of the activity (working attest, ...)

  • Motivation letter (if required by the jury)

  • Summary of courses(if required by the jury)

Important warning:

  • Should the faculty selection panel, after checking your application, deem it necessary to admit you to a study year of the 1st cycle (= Bachelor) you will have to provide us with your diploma of secondary education even if you obtained it more than 5 years ago. If your diploma of secondary education was not delivered in Belgium, you will also need to provide us with an attest of equivalence (see Special entrance requirements). If you did not obtain your diploma in the European Union, you might also have to deliver the transcript of records of your last year of secondary education.

  • Students who need to deliver an attest of equivalence will also have to sign the equivalence contract (download it herepdf). Non EU-students wishing to apply for the 1st year of a bachelor degree are not concerned by the equivalence contract, but they do have to deliver the attest of equivalence.

  • If you are a non-EU student you'll need to deliver your VISA when you accept the offer of registration, namely from the 25th of June till the 30th of September 2016.