Welcome!

Thank you for your interest in studying at Hasselt University.

Below you will find information on the admission requirements and application process for our English Master Programmes. We encourage you to carefully read through the steps before submitting your application.

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Application Steps

Step 1: Choose a Programme 
Step 2: Check the Deadlines
Step 3: Determine Eligibility 
Step 4: Submit Application
Step 5: Pay the Tuition Fees
Step 6: Finalise your Registration

Application Checklist

The following documents need to be uploaded online and/or sent by postal mail:

  • ID/Passport
  • Passport photo (mandatory for scholarship candidates)
  • Secondary/High School Diploma
  • Curriculum Vitae (mandatory)
  • English language Proficiency (language requirements may differ per programme)
  • GRE certificate (only for Master of Statistics, mandatory for international degree holders)
  • Motivation Letter (mandatory)
  • Recommendation Letters (two letters are mandatory for scholarship candidates)
  • Higher Education Diplomas (must be delivered as a certified hard copies by postal mail)
  • Higher Education Transcript of Records (must be delivered as a certified hard copies by postal mail)
  • Official translations of Diplomas and Transcript of Records (must be delivered as a certified hard copies by postal mail)
  • Portfolio (max. 30Mb) (mandatory for Master of Interior Architecture)
  • VLIR-UOS scholarship Application form (mandatory for ICP scholarship candidates)
  • Master Mind Application Form (mandatory for Master Mind scholarship candidates)

Application Tips

Not sure where to begin?
We are here to help! 

  • Follow the step-by-step guide on how to apply
  • Be sure to submit a complete application
  • Complete your online pre-registration (before the deadline of determined by your study programme)
  • Do not forget to send certified hard copies of your document by postal mail (these must arrive at our office latest two weeks after the final deadline determined by your study programme)
  • Are you applying for a scholarship? Be sure to follow the correct procedure
  • Are you a citizen of China? Be sure to obtain a certificate of academic screening issued by the Academic Evaluation Centre (APS) of the German Embassy in Beijing - this is necessary in order to enrol at a higher education institution in Flanders and to apply for a visa. More information on APS can be found at their website www.aps.org.cn

Step 1: Choose a Programme

Hasselt University offers a variety of study programmes.
Moreover, there are scholarship opportunities available for international students.

Find below a list of our English Master programmes:

When applying for one of those programmes, you'll have to choose a type of study contract. Hasselt University has three types of study contracts: diploma contract, credit contract and exam contract. More info on the different study contract types can be found here.

Are you interested in our full list of undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and exchange programmes? Discover More

Step 2: Check the Deadlines

Each programme has a specific deadline, depending on where you are from.

  • International (non-EEA) students often have to go through lengthy visa procedures for which a proof of admission is required. The deadlines are thus set earlier keeping this in mind.
  • Students from the European Economic Area (EEA) have deadlines set a bit later as the process of relocation is much faster.

Are you an international student who is already living within the EEA? 
You may follow the EEA deadlines.

Master of Interior Architecture

Non-EEA Applicants - May 1

EEA Applicants - September 1

Master of Management

Non-EEA Applicants - April 1

EEA Applicants - July 1

Belgian Applicants - September 1

Master of Biomedical Sciences

Non-EEA Applicants - March 1

EEA Applicants - July 1

Master of Transportation Sciences

On Campus Programme

Non-EEA Applicants - May 1

EEA Applicants - September 1 


Distance Learning Programme

Non-EEA and EEA Applicants - September 1

Master of Statistics and Data Science

On Campus Programme 

Non-EEA Applicants - April 1

EEA Applicants - July 1

Belgian Citizens - September 1 (1) (2) 


Distance Learning Programme 

Non-EEA Applicants - June 1

EEA Applicants - August 1 

Belgian Citizens - September 1 (1) (2)


(1) When applying by September 2023, be aware that admittance to the programme by the start of the academic year 2023-24 cannot be guaranteed.
(2) Students with Belgian academic degrees allowing for direct admission (see admission requirements for more info on these degrees) can apply until September 15.

ICP Scholarship

Only for applicants that meet the criteria for VLIR UOS scholarship - February 1

Master Mind Scholarship

All Applicants - March 15*

*You need to already be admitted to the programme of your choice in order to apply for this scholarship. 

We therefore advice you to submit the application for the programme of your choice by February 1. 
This gives the Admission Committee enough time to make a final decision on your admission in order for you to proceed with the application for the Master Mind Scholarship.

Step 3: Determine Eligibility

Before submitting an application it is important that you determine whether you are eligible.
Keep in mind that meeting the admission requirements does not guarantee admission.
The Committee reserves the right to adjust the admission requirements and the selection criteria every year.

Each programme has its own admission requirements. 
Kindly find below the specific requirements for the programme of your choice.

Master of Interior Architecture

Master of Interior Architecture

For who?

The international master of Interior Architecture with focus on Adaptive Reuse focuses on bachelors or masters in Architecture and/or Interior Architecture with a strong interest in adaptive reuse and the cultural aspects of (interior) architecture in a broad sense.

Specific admission Requirements

    • Language: mandatory academic TOEFL minimum score report or academic IELTS-certificate with a minimum overall band score or a Cambridge CAE/CPE certificate. You can be exempted if your knowledge of the English language (academic level) can be proven otherwise.
    • Detailed portfolio showcasing a selection of your work, sent to architecture@uhasselt.be before the correct deadline date.
    • Motivation letter of max. 300 words, sent to architecture@uhasselt.be before the correct deadline date.

    Find out more about the specific admission requirements and the content details regarding the portfolio on the Master of Interior Architecture programme page.

Master of Management

Master of Management

For who?

The Master of Management is an international one-year master programme (in English) that prepares students for a career in dynamic, international business environments. The programme focuses on confronting students with challenging strategic business problems to familiarize them with all major aspects of a business.

Admission Requirements

  • Language: mandatory academic TOEFL-test with a minimum score report or academic IELTS-certificate with a minimum overall band score or a Cambridge CAE certificate
  • Motivation letter of max. 3 pages
  • Specific degree requirements for students with a Flemish or non-Flemish degree

Find out more about the specific admission requirements on the Master of Management programme page.

Master of Biomedical Sciences

Master of Biomedical Sciences 

For who?

The Master of Biomedical Sciences focuses on state-of-the-art methodology, knowledge, insight and academic skills, enabling graduates to unravel the molecular mechanisms of health and disease as independent researchers. The programme provides students with the knowledge and skills required for the proper design of a scientific research project.

Admission Requirements

  • Specific degree requirements, depending on the specialization of your choice
  • Language: mandatory academic TOEFL-test with a minimum score report or academic IELTS-certificate with a minimum overall band score. Exceptions apply for native speakers and holders of a degree obtained in the English language.
  • Test on basic knowledge of biomedical sciences
  • Test on practical lab skills

Find out more about the specific admission requirements on the master of Biomedical Sciences programme page.

Master of Transportation Sciences

Master of Transportation Sciences

For who?

Transportation is a dynamic field and career opportunities are on the rise worldwide in the private and public sector including government agencies, road and transport authorities, transport operators, and local and international consulting agencies. Our alumni are typically employed as senior transportation planning professionals, public transport managers, traffic safety consultants or to research new transportation systems and technology. Are you looking for an exciting job, offering many career opportunities, then a master’s degree in Transportation Sciences is the right choice for you!

Admission Requirements

  • Specific degree requirements
  • Language: mandatory academic TOEFL-test with a minimum score report or academic IELTS-certificate with a minimum overall band score. Exceptions apply for candidates with a Belgian, Dutch or German diploma of higher academic education, for native speakers and for holders of a degree obtained in the English language
  • Letter of motivation

Find out more about the specific admission requirements on the Master of Transportation Sciences programme page.

Master of Statistics and Data Science

Master of Statistics and Data Science

For who?

The English two-year programme "Master of Statistics and Data Science" at Hasselt University combines a solid study of principles of statistics and modern data science, with a focus on applications in the life sciences (e.g. clinical trials, epidemiology, public health, genomics, …).

Admission Requirements

  • Specific degree requirements for students with a Flemish or non-Flemish degree
  • Language: mandatory academic TOEFL-test with a minimum score report or academic IELTS-certificate with a minimum overall band score. Exceptions apply for candidates with a Belgian diploma of higher academic education, for native speakers and holders of a degree obtained in the English language.
  • Holders of an international academic degree also need to include the GRE general test result in their application; there are no minimum score requirements for the GRE general test. The institutional code of Hasselt University for the GRE test is 3112.
  • It is requested to provide for an English version (or translation) of the course description of the already followed statistical, mathematical and other quantitative courses, with for each course a brief description of the objectives, the main topics, the workload and the course materials used.

Find out more about the specific admission requirements on the Master of Statistics and Data Science programme page.

Step 4: Submit Application

Now that you have chosen a programme, checked the deadlines and determined whether you are eligible it is time to submit your application!

A complete application consists of the following two parts:

  1. Online pre-registration
  2. Certified Hard copies

Your application is only complete and processed once both your online pre-registration is complete and the certified hard copies of your documents have arrived at the admission’s office. 

Online pre-registration

Your online pre-registration must be complete before the deadline of the programme you are applying to. 

Each section of the online pre-registration needs to be fully and correctly completed in order for the system to give you access to the next. We have created a detailed application manual (pdf, 792 KB) which will guide you through the online pre-registration section-by-section.

Keep in mind that we do not look at online pre-registrations before the arrival of the certified hard copy documents at our office.

Certified Hard Copies

Your documents must arrive at our office latest two weeks after the deadline. 

All applicants are required to send certified hard copies of higher education (Bachelor, Master, PhD, etc.) diploma certificates as well as transcripts of records thereof by postal mail to Hasselt University. If your documents are in a language other than English, French, Dutch or German you need to send certified hard copies of the officially translated documents as well.

What are certified hard copies?

  • The copies of your original documents need to be certified by an official institution. This can be the university, the notary, the embassy, etc
  • The official institution stamps and signs (in real ink) the copies again on each page to attest that they are true copies of the original documents
  • Photocopies and digital versions of certified documents will not be accepted
  • Certified / legalised / original hard copies cannot be returned to the candidate

Address to send the documents to:

Universiteit Hasselt
Leen Jorissen
Martelarenlaan 42
3500 Hasselt
Belgium

Due to the volume of applications we cannot confirm the receipt of your documents. We strongly recommend sending your certified hard copies via express service, so you can track them. Their arrival at our university can then be acknowledged. 


What happens once your application has been received?

Once your documents arrive at our office we begin processing your application. 
You will receive updates on the status of your application via e-mail. 
If you have not heard from us this means we have not yet received your documents at our office.

Status Updates

A member of the Admission’s Office looks into whether your application is complete and updates you on the status of your application via e-mail:

  • Under Consideration - you have submitted a complete application which will be forwarded to the Admission Committee for evaluation
  • Further Information Requested - your application is incomplete. You will receive an email with the steps you need to take in order to complete your application

Admission Committee Evaluation

Each programme has its own respective Admission Committee.
The applications are reviewed individually based on a number of different characteristics:

  • The domain and level of the previously obtained degree
  • Obtained grades
  • Level of English proficiency
  • Motivation
  • Work Experience

The Committee bases its decision of admission on the overall assessment of these.
Their decision is taken very carefully, weighing all elements and is therefore final.

There is no set time limit for the Admission Committee to send back their final decision on your application. We advise that you apply at the earliest opportunity - in case of a positive outcome you will have plenty of time to apply for a visa (if applicable) and prepare your stay.

Application Outcome

Once the Admission Committee has reviewed your application they send their final decision back to the Admission’s Office. You will receive another status update depending on the outcome:

  • Admission
  • Conditional admission
  • No admission

Have you been admitted?
Congratulations!

You will receive a status update along with an e-mail with your letter of admission and extra important information.
The stamped version of the letter will be sent to you by postal mail.
Make sure that the address you have provided in your online pre-registration is correct as this is where the letter will be sent to.

You may now begin preparing your stay

  • Begin the visa process as soon as possible (if applicable)
  • Register for health insurance (if you are a non-EEA student)
  • Think of accommodation
  • Arrange your travel to Belgium

Step 5: Pay the Tuition Fees

You will receive payment instructions by e-mail.
Kindly pay the tuition fees at the latest one month before your arrival in Belgium.
Keep in mind you cannot proceed to the final step and enrol at Hasselt University before the payment has been received.

It is important that you use the structured communication (reference) provided in the payment instructions.
Otherwise the payment cannot be allocated to your application until you provide us with the proof of payment.  

Have you paid the tuition fees? 
You will receive a status update with a confirmation by e-mail. 
Once you receive this you may proceed to the final step and enrol as a student at Hasselt University.

Step 6: Finalise your Registration

Nice to see you here! 

Have you been admitted? 
Have you paid your tuition fees?

Final registrations open each year towards the end of June. 
You may then book an appointment to finalise your registration.

Finalise your registration before the start of the academic year.

International students have to finalise their registration on campus. However, distance learning students can book an online appointment here.

Once you complete your final registration you are officially enrolled as a student at Hasselt University.

Congratulations! 
It is time for you to finalise your registration and officially enrol as a student at Hasselt University.

Officially registered? What's next?

Once you have finalised your registration you will have access to your student account. 
Then you'll need to compile your study pathway
It is very important to do that as soon as possible.

Hasselt University has to send each student's registration data to the Higher Education Database.
The information in this database is the basis for any potential payment of child support and/or scholarships.

Frequently asked questions

Down below you can find the answers to frequently asked questions.

Click on the plus sign next to the question to expand the answer.

Programmes

Do you offer English Master programmes?

Hasselt University offers 5 English master programmes:

  • Master of Statistics and Data Science
  • Master of Transportation Sciences
  • Master of Management
  • Master of Biomedical Sciences
  • Master of Interior Architecture

More info can be found here.

Do you offer English Bachelor programmes?

All Bachelor programmes are taught in Dutch.

Candidates who wish to register in a Dutch-language Bachelor programme will need to demonstrate good command of Dutch and meet the Dutch language requirements.

Hasselt University does not offer a preparatory year to learn Dutch. Other universities in Flanders do offer this preparatory programme. You can find more information on this website. 

Do you offer a preparatory year to learn Dutch?

Hasselt University does not offer a preparatory year to learn Dutch. Other universities in Flanders do offer this preparatory programme. You can find more information on this website. 

Do you offer scholarship programmes?

We offer the VLIR ICP scholarship for our Master of Statistics programme (Biostatistics/Bioinformatics/Quantitative Epidemiology) and our Master of Transportation Sciences programme (Traffic Safety).

Next to that, we also offer the Mastermind scholarship. Please take a look at this webpage for more information.

Admission requirements

What are the language requirements?

Each programme has specific language requirements.

You can check them on our admission and application page.

Do I need an IELTS or TOEFL certificate?

To apply for the Master of Management programme, an academic IELTS (6.5) or TOEFL score (89-90) is compulsory, even if the medium of instruction during your previous education was English. Exemptions apply for native speakers and degree holders (higher education) from Australia, Canada (English speaking part), Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America.

To apply for the other English master programmes, native speakers or holders of a degree obtained in the English language are exempted from a language test.

What are the admission requirements?

All information can be found on our admission and application page.

Do I need a GRE certificate?

To apply for the Master of Statistics and Data Science programme a GRE certificate is compulsory for holders of an international academic degree. Applicants with a Belgian degree of higher education are exempted from the GRE General test. There are no minimum score requirements for the GRE general test. The institutional code of Hasselt University for the GRE test is 3112.

What is the learning account?

More information about the learning account can be found here.

Do I need an APS certificate?

From the academic year 2007-2008 onwards all students from the P.R. China will have to obtain a certificate of academic screening issued by the Academic Evaluation Centre (APS) of the German Embassy in Beijing before being allowed to enroll at any higher education institution, language course or other preparatory course in Flanders. The APS certificate is also required for obtaining a student visa to Belgium. More information on APS can be found at their website www.aps.org.cn.

In some cases, you can be exempted from (part of) the APS procedure. For more info, please send an email to admissionformaster@uhasselt.be.

Am I eligible for one of your programmes?

It is not possible to review your profile in advance to verify if you are eligible for the programme.

We advise you to submit your application for the programme. Once your application file is complete (including a complete online application file and the correct certified hard copies), the Admission Board will evaluate your file.

We cannot tell you beforehand whether or not you would be admitted, since our Admission Board reviews each incoming file based on several criteria (preliminary education, proficiency of English language, motivation...).

Application process

How does the application process work?

You can consult the complete application procedure on our admission and application page.

Also check the schematic representation (pdf, 43 KB) of the application process.

How to apply?

Check our admission and application page.

It is important to know that an application consists of two parts:

  1. Online application

When doing the online application, you can use the application manual (pdf, 792 KB) to guide you.

2. Sending certified hard copies by postal mail

Please mention your online application number on the envelope.

Your application only will be processed when both your online and hard copy application file are complete.

How to apply for the VLIR-scholarship?

If you are eligible to apply for the scholarship, you will see this on the page “ICP” in your online application file. This page only will be shown if you are eligible to apply for the VLIR scholarship.

To apply for the scholarship, you first have to mark the option “yes” on that page (application for a VLIR-ICP-scholarship: “yes”).

Furthermore, you have to follow a specific procedure. You’ll find more information about this procedure on the VLIR-application form, which is downloadable on the same page.

How to apply for the Master Mind scholarship?

Applications for the Master Mind scholarship will open towards the end of December/beginning of January. Around that time, the info on this webpage regarding the Master Mind scholarship will be updated.

This application process consist two parts:

1. Application for academic admission

2. Application for the Master Mind scholarship

Do I have to pay an application fee?

Applying at Hasselt University is free of charge. You do not have to pay an application fee.

What is the status of my application file?

You can check the status of your application file any time. Open your application file and click on 'State of file' in the left block. You can update and upload documents in your application file until the status 'Additional information requested' . When your application file is in status 'Under consideration', you cannot change the data anymore. You also receive an e-mail when the status of your application file has changed.

Please note that your file only will be processed after receipt of your certified hard copies by postal mail.

When will my application be processed?

After finalizing the online pre-registration, sending certified hard copies of your degree and transcript of records is mandatory. Only when your online application is complete and after receiving the certified hard copies your file will be processed.

What is a certified hard copy?

All applicants need to send certified hard copies to Hasselt University by postal mail.

This copy of your original documents needs to be certified by an official institution. This can be the university, the notary, the embassy…

The official institution of your choice stamps and signs the copy again to attest that it is a true copy of the original document. The document needs to contain on original, fresh stamp (in real ink) on each page.

Photocopies and digital versions of certified documents will not be accepted.

Will I be notified about the arrival of my documents?

Due to the volume of applications we cannot confirm the receipt of your documents. We

strongly recommend sending your certified hard copies via express service, so you can track them. Their arrival at our university can then be acknowledged.

Once we have opened and processed your package, you will receive an update.

Can I have my documents back?

The certified hard copies you send us to complete your application file cannot be returned.

Therefore, it is important not to send us your original documents, because we cannot return them to you.

How to defer admission?

In case you want to defer your admission to the following academic year, you need to send an email to the admission’s office asking for a deferment of your admission before the deadline. Your file will then be resent to the Admission Board to be reevaluated.

In case you are readmitted, you will receive a new letter of admission, which you can use to apply for your visa.

Please keep in mind that the fact that you received admission last year does not guarantee you will be readmitted for the next academic year, since admission requirements can change each year.

How to re-apply for a master programme?

If you want to re-apply for a programme after several years, please send an email to admissionformaster@uhasselt.be so we can unlock the documents in your online application file.

It is important to update your online application file and to send new certified hard copies by postal mail before the deadline.

Please keep in mind that the fact that you received admission in the past does not guarantee you will be readmitted, since admission requirements can change each year.

How to re-apply for a scholarship programme?

It is not necessary to start a new online application. Re-open your online application file at and change the academic year to the upcoming academic year in the ‘Study programme’ section.

Send a new VLIR ICP application form (downloadable on the ICP page), along with an updated CV, a new motivational letter, two new letters of recommendation and other new documents that might be of added value to your application to Hasselt University by postal mail before February 1st.

Contact the admission’s office about your re-application.

Which steps do I have to take after admission?

  • Start the visa procedure as soon as possible.
  • Pay the tuition fee at the latest one month before your arrival in Belgium.
  • Register for AON health insurance (non-EEU)
  • Look for a student room.
  • Travel to Belgium before the start of the orientation week.
  • Register for the orientation programme.
  • Book an appointment to finalize your registration at the student secretariat (Martelarenlaan 42, Hasselt). On campus students need to book a physical appointment. Do this before the start of the academic year.
  • Register at the town hall (within 1 week after your arrival) with proof of enrolment.

Tuition fee

How much is the tuition fee?

The tuition fee differs depending on the programme you want to enroll for. Other factors such as your nationality determine the amount of the tuition fee. Please check this webpage for more info.

Do you offer scholarships for international students?

We offer the VLIR ICP scholarship and the Mastermind scholarship. For more information, please check this webpage.

How to pay the tuition fee?

When you are academically selected for the programme, you will receive payment instructions by e-mail. The payment must be made by (international) bank transfer.

Do not forget to mention the “structured communication” (reference) when making the payment. This “code” is linked to your online application file.

Can I pay in installments?

We do not offer the possibility of paying in installments.

When does an international student have to pay the tuition fee?

The payment instructions you will receive by email once you have been admitted, will ask you to pay the fees within one month. However, for international students we make an exemption. International students have to pay the fees one month before their arrival in Belgium at the latest. 

The tuition fee needs to be paid before you can finalize your registration as a student (also if you are admitted shortly before the start of the academic year).

Will my tuition fee be refunded if no visa is granted?

A refund of the tuition fee is possible. Send an email to the admission’s office with the details of your bank account: name of the account holder, bank account number, BIC or SWIFT code. This will be passed on to the financial department who will treat your request for a refund of the fee. This process can take several weeks.

Practical

Can the University help to obtain my visa?

Visa applications are the responsibility of the incoming student. The university does not have any influence on the procedure and cannot intervene in the visa process.

The role of Hasselt University is limited to providing an admission letter, some practical information and, on demand, a letter to proof your solvency.

ATTENTION: Students should not enter Belgium with a tourist visa if they intend to stay longer than 90 days or three months.

What is the proof of solvency?

When applying for a visa or a residence permit, students are asked to proof their solvency. Depending on the country, one of the following proof of solvency may apply:

  • A document certifying that the student has been awarded a study grant or scholarship.
  • An agreement for acceptance of financial responsibility (letter of a guarantee) by the so-called Annex 32.
  • A proof of your own financial means by transferring a certain amount to a blocked bank account in Belgium on your name.

In case you would like to use the last option (proof your own financial means), Hasselt University can assist you and provide you a letter to proof solvency. For more info, please check this webpage.

What are the living costs in Belgium?

Living standards are quite high in Belgium. Therefore, all international students and guests of Hasselt University are advised to make sure that they have the financial means for a stay in Belgium, before they leave their home country.

Besides the tuition fee, education includes some other costs. You can find an overview of those costs here.

How to register for health insurance?

It is important for students travelling to Hasselt University from a non-EEU country to hecke all information about health insurance on this webpage.

How to look for student housing?

Accommodation is arranged only for VLIR-ICP Scholarship students.

All other foreign students should find accommodation by themselves.

One option is to use the “housing database” put together by the Office for Student Affairs of UHasselt. This database includes student rooms which are let under conditions controlled by the Office for Student Affairs. Click here for more info.

An alternative option is to rent accommodation from landlords not subscribing to the UHasselt housing database or from private housing agencies.

Students who are not in Belgium before the beginning of September might encounter difficulties in finding a room. By that time there will be almost no rooms left on the list that is made available through the Office for Student Affairs. Note that the later you arrive, the larger the problem to find a room.

Final registration

When do I have to arrive in Belgium?

You need to be present before the start of the academic year, preferably before the start of the orientation programme. The orientation programme will be organised a week before the start of the academic year. The exact date by which you have to be present is mentioned on your admission letter (‘Arrival date’).

You can find the starting date of the academic year and another important dates in the academic calendar.

When and where do I have to finalize my registration?

Once you are admitted to the programme of your choice, your registration at our university is not finalized yet.

When you have paid the tuition fee and you have received a confirmation of receipt from us, you will have to book an appointment with one of our staff members to finalize your registration. Final registrations open each year towards the end of June, and your registration needs to be finalized before the start of the academic year.

Students who will attend an on-campus programme need to book a physical appointment at Campus Hasselt (Martelarenlaan 42, 3500 Hasselt). For distance learning students, the registration can be finalized via an online appointment. Once your registration has been finalized, you are officially enrolled as a student at Hasselt University.

When is the start of the academic year?

At Hasselt University, the academic year starts on the third Monday of September.

The starting date of the academic year and other important dates can be found in the academic calendar.

Do you organize an orientation week for international students?

A week prior to the start of the academic year, UHasselt organizes orientation days for international students. Please take a look at this webpage for more info.

Which steps do I have to take after my final registration?

Once you have finalised your registration you will have access to your student account. You will then need to compose your academic programme. It is very important to do that as soon as possible.

In case you have questions or need help with this, you can contact your academic advisor.

Graduated

When do I receive my official diploma and diploma supplement?

International students will receive their diploma and diploma supplement during the graduation ceremony or shortly after.

If you are not in Belgium anymore, your diploma and diploma supplement will be sent by registered postal mail. You will receive an email to verify your current address.

Where do I legalize my diploma from Hasselt University?

More information about the legalization of your documents can be found on this webpage.

Do you have questions about your application and/or admission? 

Contact us: admissionformaster@uhasselt.be