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

Secondary school teacher training (AESS) is open only to holders of a Master’s (second-cycle) degree awarded within the French Community of Belgium or a degree obtained abroad and deemed equivalent in accordance with this Decree, a European directive, an international convention or other legislation, subject to the same requirements.

Students in the final stages of a minimum 120-credit Master’s degree at an institution in the French Community may simultaneously enrol for teacher training. However, students admitted on these terms cannot be officially accepted until they have obtained the necessary Master’s degree.

Specific access requirements

 Specific Admission Requirements

Le programme est accessible à tout étudiant détenteur d'une licence ou d'un master :
 

  • Licence en sciences religieuses
  • Master en théologie
  • Master en études bibliques

Les licenciés en sciences religieuses ont également la possibilité d'obtenir en une année d'études le Master en théologie à finalité didactique (programme de 60 crédits). L'étudiant déjà détenteur d'un master 120 en théologie ou en études bibliques à finalité approfondie qui souhaite obtenir une agrégation peut s'inscrire soit à ce programme d'agrégation isolée, soit au master à finalité didactique correspondant en ne suivant que les 30 crédits de la finalité.

L'étudiant qui souhaite s'inscrire à la finalité didactique du master devra être porteur d'un diplôme de la Communauté Française de Belgique (CFB); à défaut, il devra réussir l'examen de maîtrise de la langue française afin de démontrer qu'il a, dans sa communication orale et écrite, des compétences en langue française d'un niveau équivalent au niveau C1 du cadre européen commun de références pour les langues (pour plus de précisions : https://uclouvain.be/fr/etudier/inscriptions/emlf-aess.html).

Le Master en sciences des religions ne donne pas accès à l'agrégation en théologie.

Spécific Admission and Enrolment Procedures for General Registation

Outre l'inscription au rôle de l'UCL (Halles universitaires, Service des inscriptions), les étudiants sont tenus de s'inscrire au secrétariat de leur faculté.
> Inscription et financement

 

French language proficiency examination

Anyone not demonstrating sufficient proficiency in French will not be admitted to teacher training (AESS) examinations.

Reduced credit registration

The teaching degree programme is 30 credits. Exceptionally, the faculty may grant certain students a dispensation to organise their studies differently, such as registering for a programme which may have fewer than 30 credits during an academic year. This dispensation is the subject of an agreement between the student and the faculty, drawn up at the time of registration and reviewed annually. Such dispensations may only be granted for duly attested professional, academic, social or medical reasons. Reasoned applications for a reduced programme must be submitted at the time of registration. They must contain a reduced programme proposal in accordance with faculty guidelines.

Open to adults

On the Louvain-la-Neuve campus:
Some classes take place according to a staggered schedule. Cross-curricular classes and seminars are offered in sevreal series with different schedules; students choose the series whose schedule suits them best.

On the Mons campus:
All classes-but not internships- take place according to a staggeres schedule (weekday evenings and Saturdays)