Decree of 7 November 2013 defining the landscape of higher education and the academic organization of studies.
The admission requirements must be met prior to enrolment in the University.
Subject to the general requirements laid down by the academic authorities, admission to the specialized Master’s degree programme will be granted to students who fulfil the entry requirements for studies leading to the award of a Master’s (second-cycle) degree and who hold a second-cycle diploma, degree, certificate or other qualification issued within or outside the French Community of Belgium, or whose prior learning or experience has been accredited by the Examination Board as being equivalent to at least 300 credits.
Specific Admission Requirements
The special admission conditions for this programme are as follows :
- have gained a Belgian ‘licence’ degree or Master’s degree in Law from a Belgian university ;
- hold a foreign degree which has been recognized as equivalent to a Belgian ‘licence’ degree or Master in Law, satisfying the requirements for recognition of equivalence.
Accessible to adults
An increasing number of students are Belgian ‘licence’ holders/Masters in law who are already working professionally and wish to acquire further training in inheritance and notarial law. The courses of the Advanced Master are held on two days of the week, making it possible for adults with professional duties to attend. In the past, students have been allowed to stagger their courses: this will continue.