Interdisciplinary EU studies have been on your mind for a while now. You have been searching for the right programme and the right place to study it and you are now ready to apply.
Before the September 30th deadline arrives, we would like to walk you through the steps to complete your application to one of the Masters or Specialized Masters under the IEE label.
If you haven’t done so yet, it’s best to start working on your dossier so you have time to collect all the documents needed for a complete and successful application. Requirements vary from one programme to the other, so check them carefully.
Step-by-step: Deadlines and Checklist
Do you want this process to be efficient? So do we! Keep all deadlines in mind (EU students can apply until September 30th) and be sure to double check all forms and documents before hitting “Submit”!
Check the Université libre de Bruxelles’ page for all the details.
Which documents do I need to apply?
You will need your higher education diplomas, a detailed transcript of records of your higher education studies, ID cards and photos, among other documents.
Please be sure you have everything you need and keep in mind that the admissions office can ask for additional information.
Got everything you need? Fill out the form!
You will need to create an account at the ULB and then fill out an online application form to apply to our programmes. Make sure you’re in the right place.
If you are focusing on our Specialized Master in Interdisciplinary EU Studies, look for the “Advanced Masters” section. You’re almost there…
What next? The jury’s decision!
Access to our Specialized Master in Interdisciplinary EU Studies is decided by a jury, 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 the programme).
- 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 the case of the Specialized Master in Interdisciplinary EU Studies.