Specific Admission Requirements
Before being authorised to embark on the specialised training programme in General Medecine, (MEGE 2MC), the doctor in medecine must prove that he has followed, in a continuous way, 200 hours of recognised lectures (Ministerial Decree of 03/05/1999) organised by a university centre for General Medecine (CUMG).
• The applicant must hold the degree title of Doctor in Medecine or be a Doctor from a member country of the European Union authorising medical practice in Belgium.
• The applicant must be in possession of a document attesting that, at the end of the selection exams, he was retained as a specialist candidate in General Medecine, in a Belgian medical faculty.
The juridical context and practical procedures regarding these selection tests can be obtained from the secretary's office. Degree holders or graduates from outside the European Union may only enrol on this programme with the aim of obtaining a university certificate for partial specialised training of one year's duration.
The Royal Decree of the 30.05.2002, relating to the planning of the medical offer published on the 14.06.2002, applies to those candidates wishing to obtain the title of Specialist Doctor in General Medecine (those candidates are thus counted among the general practitioner candidates or specialists in the context of the numerus clausus).
Information can be obtained from the secretary's office for the complementary masters' programmes CUMG (Brigitte Zuyderhoff). Applications for admission must be addressed to the academic supervisor. The organisation of the entrance selection tests is arranged in accordance with the calendar and the general examination rules and regulations.