As a citizen of the EU, you do not need to make a request to register in the first year of a Bachelor degree programme. You can go directly to the Registration Office between 25th June and 31st October 2016.
You will need to bring the following documents:
Furthermore, you must possess a qualification recognised by the French Community of Belgium providing access to a Bachelor’s degree course, such as:
N.B.: If you wish to study Speech Language Therapy OR Medicine, you must be aware that a quota of non-resident students is fixed at the beginning of each year and a specific procedure must be followed.
Since the academic year 2013-2014, an entrance examination has been organised for prospective medical students. This compulsory, non-binding test (only the students will be informed of the results) is held twice a year, in July and September. It is a multiple-choice test and is held simultaneously in five universities of the French Community of Belgium.
To be able to register for the first year of medical school, students must provide official documentation attesting to their attendance and successful completion of this admissions test.
Passing the entrance examination does not automatically grant access to this course; prospective students must still prove that they also meet the statutory conditions for admission into medical school, according to the terms and conditions and within the time frame as outlined both in the decree and in the UMONS Study Regulations.
N.B.: Proof of sufficient command of the French language must be provided before anyone can be accepted for the first examination session of a Bachelor's degree course. For more information, please click here.
The deadline for applications is 31/08/2016.
Degrees from "Hautes Ecoles" (institutions of higher education):
UMONS offers 3 gateways to our Master programmes:
Graduates of non-university higher education can register for a Master's programmes subject to passing a preparatory year. This preparatory year of study comprises a maximum of 60 credits.
Students can register for a Master's programme (possibly with an additional 15-credit programme) or subject to passing a preparatory year (if the additional programme exceeds 15 credits).
A faculty board evaluates applications and decides if the student has to undertake a preparatory year or if they can directly register for a Master's programme.
This gateway concerns mainly graduate students of Master's degrees of non-university higher education. Students can register for a Master's course (possibly with an additional programme of up to 15 credits).
Students concerned can go directly to the Registration Office with the following documents:
***All of these documents must be ORIGINALS***
If your degree was obtained abroad, please complete the Online Application Form (in French) and send it back with the documents required by the Registration Office.
The deadline for applications is:
Please be aware that the system of Higher Education in force in your country may mean that your years of study are only partially recognised and that you may be offered a different programme from the one you originally requested.
Once you have received a letter of acceptance, please go to the Registration Office in person to complete your registration.
Please note: Students applying to the Law School must apply via ULB (click here).