Enrolling on the minor
1. Organizational details
Minor courses take place during the day on Tuesday mornings, on Wednesdays and Thursdays all day and on Friday mornings.
Academic in charge: M. de Wolf
Contact person : D. Arnould (IAG) firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Admission to the minor
3. Enrolling on the minor
Once s/he has enrolled on BAC12, the student enrolls on the elective on the website:
In BAC13, the student is automatically enrolled on the minor on which s/he was enrolled in BAC12.
4. Follow-up to the minor enrollment
The follow-up to the minor enrollment request can be carried out via the BAC12 enrollment program which is available on the web.
5. Changes to the minor enrollment
Any student who wishes to change his/her choice must consult his/her son conseiller aux études (course adviser) from his/her own faculty.
1. Consulting the course times
2. Resolving timetable clashes
Once s/he starts on the BAC12 course, the student puts together his/her BAC12 and BAC13 timetable, paying attention to the minor course times.
If a timetable clash arises, several solutions are possible :
Postponing courses :
Should a timetable clash arise in BAC12 (major course/ and elective course), the student may ask to postpone one of the two course until the following year, taking account of the sequences of the courses (requirement). The course to be postponed may be the major course or elective course.
Students are not obliged to follow the 15 elective credits every year. Each year of study should ideally include 60 credits. The student must set out his/her program evenly over the two years in order to be in the best position to obtain, for the BAC13, 30 elective credits and 150 major credits.
The student must obtain the consent of the conseiller aux études (course adviser) to postpone course until the next year.The course adviser will also look at how evenly the program is spread out over the two years.
Bringing courses forward :
Should there be a timetable clash in BAC13 (major course/ and elective course), the student may bring forward one of the two courses. The course to be brought forward may be the major course or elective.
Students are not obliged to take the 15 elective credits each year. Each year of study should include 60 credits. The student must spread his/her program out evenly over two years of study in order to obtain, for the BAC13, 30 elective credits and 150 major credits.
The student must ask the conseiller aux études (course adviser) for permission to bring a course from the next year forward. The course adviser will also check that courses are spread out evenly over the two years.
Accepting the clash :
In some cases, the student may benefit from pedagogical alternatives when there is a clash of course and thus not have to attend the class in question.
If the student cannot attend the class, s/he must obtain the prior consent of the teacher.
Information on alternative pedagogical arrangements, if such arrangements exist, is available in every detailed course description (above).
Finding an equivalent course that does not lead to a timetable clash:
Useful information is available in every detailed course description (above). The student must obtain the prior consent of the conseiller aux études (course adviser) for the choice of equivalent course.
Sign ing up for for minor activities
1. Information on entry requirements
This information is available in the detailed elective program (above).
2. Signing up for minor program activities
Students sign up on a paper form which is available on the site: https://uclouvain.be/optionbac .
The form must be returned to the secretariat of the student's own faculty.
3. Obtaining a "visa" from the person in charge of the minor
The 1st level secretariat will deal with matters relating to "visa" requests.
1. Information on the course service
Useful information will be given in class
2. Consulting the table of available support for each activity
Useful information is available in each detailed course program (above).
Organization of exams
1. Registering for exams
Students follow the same procedure to register for exams as for when they register for major course exams.
2. Consulting exam times
Elective course exams take place over the course of a special week in the session, in order to avoid timetable clashes.
The time grid is available on the website: https://uclouvain.be/espo-mineures.html