UMONS students who were registered in 2013-2014, and who wish to re-register for the 2014-2015 academic year, should submit their re-registration request online between 23rd June and 30th September 2014.
---> link to Re-registration request
In certain cases, online re-registration cannot be authorised. Should this be the case, the student should go to the Registration Office.
Once the re-registration request has been submitted an automatic response confirming receipt of the request will be sent to the student’s UMONS e-mail address. In this mail the details of the request will be presented in PDF format. This PDF should be printed off, signed and posted back to the Registration Office with the required documents. Otherwise the student can put their documents in the urn at the entrance of the Waroqué building.
Re-registration requests are only evaluated after all the relevent documents have been received.
Deadlines for re-registration requests:
· 22nd August 2014 for students who passed their exams during the 1st session.
· 30th Spetember 2014 for students who passed their exams during the resits.
The re-registration request form must be submitted with the following documents:
· a photocopy of both sides of your ID card, your residence permit yours passport, and, for non-assimilated foreign students, your student visa (unless the documents provided for a previous registration are still valid)
· a medical certificate attesting that the student is fit to study - this is necessary for re-registering for Medicine and Biomedical Science studies
· proof of assimilation for non-EU students. The relevant documents can be found here
If the re-registration request is accepted by the Registration Office, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to the student’s UMONS account.
If the re-registration request is not accepted by the Registration Office, the student will receive:
· an e-mail sent to the student’s UMONS account requesting further documentation
· a letter of refusal sent by post
Considering the number of requests the University receives, responses may take 4-6 weeks after receipt of the re-registration request.
Students must pay their tuition fees in order to re-register. This can be done via bank transfer, using the structured communication formula, or in person at the Registration Office.
Students may be refused re-registration if they cannot be state-subsidised (e.g. those who have failed exams twice, students from non-EU countries, etc). In this case, the student should submit a request to the Rector for special dispensation to register as a non-subsidised student.
There are special procedures for certain cases of re-registration: PhDs, non-subsidised students, AESS, CAPAES, etc.