rior authorisation from the Faculty is necessary to follow a limited number of courses as a free student and to take the exams, which, in case of successfully passing them, will result in a certificate of achievement (this is not a diploma).
A maximum of 20 credits are authorised by means of the written approval of the professor (and that of the dean for the Faculty of Sciences, Applied Sciences, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Psychology, Law, and Philosophy and Letters).
With the exception of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters and of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, for which the access title is required (C.E.S.S.).
Registrations for individual courses are done with the Registration Department.
The documents required during registration are:
- the authorisation obtained from the secretariat of the Faculty, duly completed, dated, and signed
- the email authorisation of the professor
- the ID card
It is important to note that enrolling in individual courses does not grant one the title of regular student. Therefore, it does not allow for a residence permit.
For this non-academic training programme, the amount of registration fees must be paid by credit card on the day of registration (€145 from 1 to 10 ECTS and €13 per additional ECTS).
Registration to individual courses in Medicine: special procedure
Individual courses are not allowed for all courses in the Faculty of Medicine. There are specific authorisation forms.
The student must have the ad hoc form completed and validated by the Conseil des études. Signature of the teachers is not necessarily obligatory. The authorisations pass for confirmation in faculty session and the students receive the official authorisation of the Dean.
Students wishing to register for individual courses must therefore submit:
• the e-mail with the official authorisation of the Dean
• The ad hoc form signed by the apparitorat on behalf of the Dean.
Please contact Ms. Laurence Velkeneers for more information and for the specific forms.
For political refugees and asylum-seekers
Special access conditions are reserved for recognised political refugees and asylum-seekers.
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