1) Qualifications obtained in Belgium
Qualifications awarded in the French Community
If you are about to obtain your C.E.S.S. and wish to register for the first block of Bachelor’s studies, please consult the following link: Registration at UMONS.
Qualifications awarded in the Flemish or German-speaking Communities
If you have been awarded a qualification from the Flemish or German-speaking Communities, the conditions for access to studies are the same as those for students with qualifications from the French Community.
If you have been awarded a qualification from the Flemish Community, you must pass the French Language Proficiency Test.
If you do not have one of the necessary qualifications, you can still register at UMONS if you pass the Entrance Exam for 1st Cycle Higher Education Studies.
Higher Education Qualification
If you have a higher education qualification or are about to graduate in Belgium:
- A Bachelor’s degree in a given field of university studies allows you direct access to the Master’s degree in the same field. In this case, please report directly to the Registration Office for registration. The list of documents required can be found on the following page: Registration at UMONS.
- UMONS has numerous bridge programmes or possibilities of having direct access to our Master’s programmes. For more information, click here(See Master’s section)
For any other qualifications, please complete the Admissions Application Form available online.
2) Qualifications obtained abroad
If you have a higher education qualification or are about to graduate abroad:
Please complete the admissions application form available online.
For the online admissions application form, click here
Specific academic admissions criteria:
Admissions for the Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Therapy (FPSE)
There is a specific registration procedure for first cycle studies in Speech-Language Therapy (see here).
Admissions for the Bachelor’s degree in Medicine (FMP)
Registration for studies in medicine is now conditional on the successful completion of the specific entrance exam (see here)
Admissions for the Bachelor’s degree in Law (ED)
Students must apply through the ULB admissions system. You can log in to do this via: http://www.ulb.ac.be/enseignements/inscriptions/info-07.html.
3) French Language Proficiency Test
PLEASE NOTE: nobody can pursue first cycle studies without having demonstrated sufficient French language proficiency before their first exam session.