Access Requirements

In the event of the divergence between the different linguistic versions of the present conditions, the French version shall prevail.
Decree of 7 November 2013 defining the landscape of higher education and the academic organization of studies.
The admission requirements must be met prior to enrolment in the University.

In the event of the divergence between the different linguistic versions of the present conditions, the French version shall prevail.

General access requirements

Subject to the general requirements laid down by the academic authorities, admission to the specialized Master’s degree programme will be granted to students who fulfil the entry requirements for studies leading to the award of a Master’s (second-cycle) degree and who hold a second-cycle diploma, degree, certificate or other qualification issued within or outside the French Community of Belgium, or whose prior learning or experience has been accredited by the Examination Board as being equivalent to at least 300 credits.

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Specific Admission Requirements

 

Specific Admission Requirements

  • Candidates must have a degree as a Doctor in medicine, or a Master in medicine or as a doctor from a member state of the European Union which enables them to practise in Belgium.
  • They must also have a document showing that after the selection examination, they have gained a place to specialize in medical oncology in a Belgian medical faculty.

Further details of the legal requirements and the practical procedures involved in the selection examination may be obtained from the administrative office.

Holders of a degree from outside the European Union may not enrol for this programme except in the context of a university certificate in partial specialized training lasting two years (if they are studying a specialization in their home country) or advanced specialized training for a year (if they have already gained the status of specialist in their country).

The Royal Decree of 30 May 2002 on the availability of medical studies, published on 14 June 2002, applies to candidates who wish to gain professional status as specialist doctors in medical oncology. (These candidates therefore fall into the category of generalists or specialists in the restricted intake.)

Applications should be submitted to the lecturer in charge of the programme.

The organization of the selection examination is in accordance with the timetable and the general examination regulations.

Selection committee

The selection committee (MACCS) is made up of members of the programme committee together with two invited members and two coopted members.