You may choose from various courses in the undergraduate programmes (known as "Licence" in French) regardless of your profile and academic background.
You can tailor your programme by enrolling in one or more courses for a semester or a year in different faculties.
Some courses are taught in English.
The International Relations Office is at your disposal, to help you build your own program of studies.
Before you apply to any course please check if there are specific admission requirements. If so, you will need to provide proof of your ability to follow that course (eg. previous educational background and academic transcript).
The difference between auditors and part-time students lies in the validation of courses.
Auditors do not validate the course. They do not take exams, they are given no grade, credits or diploma.
Part-time Students, on the other hand, sit for exams and are given grades and credits that are indicated in a transcript of records delivered by the secretariat of each faculty at the end of the semester.
However, part-time students do not get any degree or diploma for the courses they pass.
Courses take place mainly during the day; on our main campus and usually last between one and two hours. Most courses are taught in French. All courses are taken alongside full-time students.
Fees: 46 € (for new registration)
Hourly rate of a course in French: 9 € / hour
hourly rate of a course in english: 10 € / hour
Those prices are the same for all the faculties and Institutes except Theologicum-CED seminar (15€).
Download your application form now and send it to the International Relations Office by post before the 10th of September 2013 for the first semester of the academic year 2013-2014.
Application Form "à la carte" (213.67 kB)
After the reception of you application form by the International Relations Office, you will receive a registration quote which gives you the authorization to finalize your administrative and financial registration with the International Relations Office.