Given the limited number of places in dual degree programmes in French and Romance languages and literature with a focus on French as a foreign language (FLE), an application for admission is required.
The application file must be drafted in French and include:
- your updated curriculum vitae and one digital photo in passport format;
- bachelor’s programme transcripts;
- letter of motivation;
- for international students, proof of knowledge of French (minimum C1) and an online enrolment application form (see below).
The complete application must be received by 31 May as follows:
- one electronic copy by email to the International Relations Service;
- two paper copies to:
Responsable des programmes de co-diplomation FLE
Place Blaise Pascal, 1 L3.03.11
If places remain available after the closing of the admissions procedure in May, a second application procedure may be organised at the beginning of the academic year.
The following students can apply for the dual degree master’s programme:
1. Students in the third year of a Bachelier en Langues et lettres françaises et romanes, orientation générale (diploma obtained in a Wallonia-Brussels Federation institution).
2. Students in the third year of a bachelor’s degree in ancient and modern languages and literature.
3. Students in the third year of a bachelor’s degree in ancient and modern languages and literature, general orientation, if they have chosen French as a Romance language.
4. Students in the third year of the Bachelor in de Taal- en Letterkunde : twee talencombinaties (Frans-latijn; Frans-Spaans; Frans-Italiaans) (diploma obtained in an institution of the Flemish Community of Belgium).
5. International students in the 3rd year of the Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Literature from a country within or outside the European Union
Attention! For more information, please read carefully the admission requirements for the master’s programme in French and other Romance languages and literature, French as a foreign language orientation.
Note: International students must submit an application for admission to the UCLouvain French as a foreign language programme in parallel with their application to one of the dual degree programmes with Hanoi University or Fu Jen Catholic University in Taiwan. Because of the admissions schedule, international applicants who are citizens of a country outside the European Union must send their dual degree programme application by 30 April.
International students who wish to apply to one of the dual degree programmes in French and other Romance languages and literature, French as a foreign language orientation, must:
Send your application file to the FLE programme manager by the deadline.
Complete the online enrolment application form:
- by 30 April if you are a national of a country outside the European Union;
- by 30 August if you are a national of a European Union country.
Information for completing the form:
- The admission form is in French and English: choose the language before completing it.
- Field of study: languages, literature and translation.
- Programme: FLE2MS – “FLE2MS - Master  en langues et lettres françaises et romanes, orientation français langue étrangère” (Louvain-la-Neuve)
Upon receiving an acknowledgement of receipt with the number of your application file and the name and address of the person responsible for your file, you will have one month to send all the required documents by post to the file manager.
For UCLouvain students
Dual degree programmes with FJCU and National Central University
Students selected for a dual degree programme can apply for a scholarship to stay in a country outside the European Union.
► Scholarships to stay in countries outside the European Union (UCLouvain Mercator)
Dual degree programme with Hanoi University
Two types of funding exist:
► ARES travel grants for development cooperation projects
First call for applications:
Begins 1 September and ends 31 October of year “n” for a term abroad from 1 January to 31 August of the year n+1.
Second call for applications:
Begins 1 February and ends 31 March for a term abroad from 1 July to 31 December of the same year.
► Grants for internships outside the European Union (UCLouvain Mercator/FAME)
For Hanoi University students