Students take 15 course credits in the second block, and 15 in the third.
To take full advantage of the training on offer, students are advised to attend the communicative skills courses and the accompanying exercise sessions. Different exercise sessions will be held at different times.
2. Admission to the minor
Version A of the programme is open to all Bachelors (except Bachelors in Modern Languages and Literatures: General and Bachelors in Modern and Ancient Languages and Literatures who have access to version B), provided their main programme permits and they pass a grammar test. This test, which involves a dictation exercise and the recognition of syntactic functions, will take place in the first week of the year.
Version B of the programme is open exclusively to Bachelors in Modern Languages and Literatures: General (who have chosen French as their Romance language) and Bachelors in Modern and Ancient Languages and Literatures.
3. Enrolling on the minor and checking enrolment
Second year of Bachelor's degree
Once students have enrolled for their year of study, they can enrol on their minor online. Students repeating Year 2 are automatically enrolled on the same minor.
Third year of Bachelor's degree
When enrolling for the third year, students are automatically enrolled on the second part of their minor. The same applies to students who are repeating their third year.
Requests for exemption to this rule should be submitted to the study adviser for the relevant faculty.
4. Changes to the minor enrolment
Students who wish to make any changes to their enrolment choices must submit a request to their own faculty's study adviser, stating their reasons, before 10 October.
1. View the course timetable
The timetable is available at: http://www.uclouvain.be/232660.html.
Students should also consult the faculty's general timetable: http://www.uclouvain.be/355131.html for courses that are not included in the minor timetable.
Last-minute changes will be posted on the "student bulletin board" at
2. Resolving timetable clashes using the equivalence table
The equivalence table may be consulted at the office of the programme committee for the minor in question. Contact: the person in charge of the minor, for advice and approval of any change(s) requested.
Signing up for minor activities
Pass a test demonstrating command of written and spoken French language and grammar.
2. Signing up for minor programme activities
Students should sign up for both minor and major activities (classes) at the same time using a specific menu in their own student portal.
3. Signature of the person in charge of the minor
Students must ask the person in charge of the minor to sign their completed class registration form before forwarding it to the office of their own faculty or programme committee.
Information on the course service
Some courses offer online support. Request information from the course instructor.
Where offered, alternative teaching arrangements are available only to students who have signed up for a class as part of their minor and can prove they are unable to attend the class in question. The teacher's written consent is required.
Organization of exams
1. Registering for exams
Students will register online for their minor course exams at the same time as they register for their major course exams. If they experience any problems, they should contact their own faculty office or programme committee.
2. Consulting exam timetables
The exam timetables can be found at:
Note: to register on the "open" lists for some exams, students should contact the central office for the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters direct.