See the general admission requirements
Specific procedures :
The programme is open to student from any country who can show a deep interest in international economic relations or in management of the economy of developing countries or those in transition towards a market economy.
The programme is open to holders of a second cycle degree in Economics whose prior training can be validated for at least 300 credits. Applications from candidates who hold a degree in another area corresponding to a minimum of 300 credits will be considered by the admissions committee.
Entry to the programme is based on an application file which should be submitted to the inter-university admission committee whose decision is final.
2. Admission documents
The Admissions Committee will make its decision on the basis of the following documents :
University application form ;
Prior professional experience is an advantage. Young candidates are recommended to mention any experience in research, management or economic policy, even if brief or on a part-time basis.
Students without a grant who have been accepted by the academic committee must fulfil the following administrative requirements : approval of their finance plan and production of all the documents required in support of the enrolment form from the enrolment section of the university.
3. Visas and finance
The legislation on visas may require certain candidates to show detailed evidence of their ability to fund their expenses in Belgium.
The entry requirements give priority to students who have some professional experience. As a result, the average age is around 28 - 30 (within an overall range of 23 to 40).
Ouverture aux adultes
Les conditions d’acceptation au programme privilégient les étudiants ayant déjà une certaine expérience professionnelle. En conséquence la moyenne d’âge se situe aux alentours de 28-30 ans (de 23 à 40 ans).
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