Access to a master’s programme other than the one to which the major “naturally” leads
The main objective of the access minor is to enable students who so wish to acquire the necessary prerequisites to facilitate access to a master’s programme which differs from that/those directly accessible at the end of their bachelor’s studies (major); this access can be realised with a maximum of 15 additional course credits.
The access minor may also be of interest to students as an openness minor enabling them to gain a grounding in one or more disciplines which differ from their major orientation, with a view to greater openness and complementarity.
Information on the access minors offered and their conditions are available in the "And afterwards ... what training?" section.
Some access minors are accessible to all holders of a bachelor’s degree while others are aimed at specific categories. This information is available in the "Admission Conditions" section.