Academic education in Belgium, divided in three different phases known as ‘cycles’, allows (mature) students to adapt their curriculum their needs.
CONSULT THE STUDY PROGRAMME
During their Bachelor’s programme students receive their initial academic training, whilst at the same time personalise the curriculum by choosing a minor.
UCL proposes nearly a hundred Master’s of 60 credits (one year) or 120 credits (two years). During this second cycle, students choose between a teaching focus, a research focus or a professional focus, depending of the career they envision.
3° CYCLE : PhDs
At third cycle-level students can enrol in a PhD programme, which is composed of the compulsory doctoral training and the research in preparation of the doctoral thesis.
UCL also has a large offer of continuing education courses in a wide range of disciplines, both leading to certificates or not.
| 5/03/2012 |