Your admission to masters and specialized masters at IEE-ULB
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Your admission to masters or advanced masters

IEE-ULB, in coordination with its partner faculties, offers 6 training programmes open to university graduates and professionals. What are the admission requirements for these courses?


In coordination with IEE-ULB, the faculties of Law and Criminology, Philosophy and Social Sciences and the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management offer 3 masters and 2 specialised masters in European Studies.

The Advanced Master in EU Interdisciplinary Studies is organised by the IEE-ULB.

The other options in EU Studies are the Master in European Studies, the Master in Economics and the Advanced Master in European Law.

Candidates are invited to complete their registration before September 15.

How to be accepted ?

Master in European Studies

The Master in European studies is managed by the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences with the IEE-ULB label.

To learn about the specific admission requirements for this programme, please visite the ULB website. 

Do you have any other questions? The Student Affairs Office can help. Please contact Yousra Chahboun at Yousra.Chahboun@ulb.be

Master in Economics

The 2 Master programmes in Economics are unconditionally open to holders of a bachelor’s degree in economics or in economics and management. Both masters are managed by the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management with the IEE-ULB label.

Bachelors in Management Engineering and Management Sciences will need to have their application assessed on an individual basis by a jury panel.

For more details on the admission process for the Master in Economics – Business Economics and the Master in Economics – Economic Governance and Public Policy in Europe, visit the dedicated page.

Admission to a Advanced Master

For both Specialized Masters, admission can only be achieved after a jury panel evaluation.

Advanced Master in EU Interdisciplinary Studies

This programme is organised by the Institute for European Studies of the ULB (IEE-ULB).

To have access to this programme, candidates must comply with two conditions, included in articles 73 and 111 of the decree that regulates higher education in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation. You may check the full legal text here.

In short, candidates to an Advanced or Specialised Master’s programme must already have a Master’s degree.

If you do not hold a Master’s degree, candidates have two options:

  • validating the equivalent of 300 credits between their academic background and related professional experience
  • Being the holder of a diploma that in their home country gives them access to a Ph.D. (doctoral studies); subject to confirmation by the ULB’s admission department.

It is important to understand access to the Advanced Master in EU Interdisciplinary Studies (MS-EURI) depends on a selection by a jury panel.

Criteria established by the jury:

Applications are accepted on the basis of academic criteria, in particular through an evaluation of:

  • the quality of the academic record of the candidate (results obtained during previous studies, but also the relevance of the previously completed studies to prepare the student to follow this specialized Master, in particular the chosen module).
  • of the student’s motivation and project
  • of his/her international profile.
  • A sufficient command of English is necessary to follow the courses, to carry out the required works, to present the exams and to be able to aim for success in this specialized Master.

Do you have any other questions? The Student Affairs Office can help. Please contact Françoise Vanden Broeck at +32 02 650 30 93 or francoise.vanden.broeck@ulb.be  from Monday to Friday (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)

Advanced Master in European Law

This programme is managed by the Faculty of Law and Criminology with the IEE-ULB label.

Candidates are accepted on the basis of academic criteria, in particular through an evaluation by a jury panel of:

  • Of the quality of the academic record of the candidate (results obtained during previous studies, but also relevance of previous studies completed- studies in law or law training or including a law training estimated satisfying by the jury)
  • Of the student’s motivation and project and
  • Of his/her international profile (including language skills).

Do you have any other questions? The Student Affairs Office can help. Please contact Françoise Vanden Broeck at +32 02 650 30 93 or francoise.vanden.broeck@ulb.be  from Monday to Friday (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)

Find on the ULB’s website everything you need to know to complete your online application.

Information on financial aid and scholarships can be found on the ULB website.

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