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a master's degree from a recognized institution OR
a 3 or 4-year bachelor's degree from a recognized institution
If you are not sure whether you qualify, feel free to email your resume (CV) and transcripts to our admissions team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Proof of English proficiency:
TOEFL (minimum Score 90) or IELTS (overall score at least 6.5
Duolingo (overall score 110)
Students who completed most of their higher education in English
Students from a majority English-speaking country
Graduates from Master degree programs in Belgium
Create a profile and fill in the online application form.
After completing your application dossier, you will be invited for an online general ability test.
Online or face-to-face interview on our campus to gain insight in your motivation, personality, perseverance, leading skills and knowledge of English.
After completing the application procedure, you can expect an answer from us within 1-2 weeks.
There is a 50 euro application fee for each submitted application. This fee is non-refundable.
As we only accept a limited number of students on our programs, we encourage you to apply at your earliest convenience. We would strongly recommend students who require a visa for Belgium to apply by 15th June at the latest. This is to ensure you have sufficient time to arrange your visa and other necessary paperwork for relocation.
Start the application procedure
Every year we only accept a select amount of candidates. We advise you to start the noncommittal application process as soon as possible.