Regular personal practice of a sport provides interesting personal experience on which the student can draw as s/he starts the minor, but the student must not be a member of a sports club to be accepted onto the minor.
The minor proposed is not specifically designed for sportsmen/women (although they are not excluded!)
Before the student is formally accepted onto the course, administration will look into whether the student will be able to attend all minor activities. For some minor activities, attendance is a requirement. Where possible, students should be free of all academic obligations linked to his/her main baccalaureate when s/he is attending minor classes. The student's availability will be confirmed by the student's conseiller aux études (course adviser). Where necessary, any other tailor-made solution will be subject to explicit agreement between the student in question, his/her conseiller aux études (course adviser) and the coordinator of the minor.
If demand exceeds the number of available places (maximum course capacity is twenty students per year of the minor, or a total of forty students), students will be chosen on the basis of their application file.
The file will give the student the chance to explain the link between his/her choice of minor course and his/her short and long-term professional and educational goals. In concrete terms, any student who is interested in the minor will complete an application form for the minor by 30 May of the previous academic year (the form can be obtained in electronic format (Word) by email, by request to the IEPR secretariat: Anne-Marie.Louterman@siep.ucl.ac.be).
This minor is not open to IEPR students.
| 11/05/2007 |