Most of the general training courses in the first semester of the first year of the Bachelor's programme are common to all students in the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters. This makes it easier to change to another programme in the Faculty at the end of this semester.
|LESPO2100||Political economy||Alain De Crombrugghe de Picquendaele||30h+15h||5 credits||q1|
|Getting to know history|
|LFIAL1423||Modern Times History||Silvia Mostaccio||22.5h||5 credits||q2|
|LFIAL1424||Contemporary Period History||Laurence Van Ypersele||22.5h||5 credits||q2|
|LHIST1210||Writing and images: reading exercises||Baudouin Van den Abeele , Geneviève Warland (compensates Laurence Van Ypersele)||37.5h||5 credits||q1+q2|
|LHIST1211||Historiography||Geneviève Warland||22.5h||4 credits||q2|
|LHIST1241||Specialized heuristics and exercises on questions of history : antiquity||Françoise Van Haeperen||15h+15h||4 credits||q1|
|LHIST1242||Specialized heuristics and exercises on questions of history : the Middle Ages||Paul Bertrand||15h+15h||4 credits||q1|
|LHIST1243||Specialized heuristics and exercises on questions of history : modern times||Aude Musin (compensates Silvia Mostaccio)||15h+15h||4 credits||q2|
|LHIST1244||Specialized heuristics and exercises on questions of history : the contemporary period||Vincent Dujardin||15h+15h||4 credits||q2|
Student must continue studying the chosen modern language in the first annual block.
|LANGL1212||English for Arts Students. An intermediate course||Catherine Avery , Stéphanie Brabant , Jean-Luc Delghust (coord.) , Marielle Henriet||60h||5 credits||q1+q2|
|LNEER1212||Dutch for Arts Students - Intermediate level||Hilde Bufkens (coord.)||60h||5 credits||q1+q2|
|LALLE1212||German - Intermediate level||Ann Rinder (coord.)||60h||5 credits||q1+q2|
Minor or additional module
(> See the list of available minors and/or additional modules)
Students must choose a minor from the University Faculty programmes, subject to possible prerequisites required by the programme managers. Students spread these courses over the second and third blocs of the Bachelor programme so that each annual block comes to a total of 60 credits.