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Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 10:55am On Jun 30, 2015
Hello nairalanders, pls does anyone know anything about getting admisson into a masters programme in belgium including visa processing and other related proceedings. Any info will appreciated. Thanks
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by zik4ever: 11:20am On Jun 30, 2015
vowolabi:
Hello nairalanders, pls does anyone know anything about getting admisson into a masters programme in belgium including visa processing and other related proceedings. Any info will appreciated. Thanks
What I know is that Belgium visa takes a lot of time so start early.
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 11:48am On Jun 30, 2015
Thanks ...buh how easy is it to secure an admission and is any Nigerian even studying there.. Plus wahs d chance of getting a student visa because I heard d belgian embassy like to deny visa
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 6:42pm On Jul 06, 2015
This is urgent o... Is anyone studying in belgium, ku leuven in particular?

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 9:34pm On Jul 06, 2015
Common nairlanders!!! Is it so hard to find someone around here studying in belgium... Haba

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Virtue11: 10:46am On Jul 07, 2015
vowolabi:
Common nairlanders!!! Is it so hard to find someone around here studying in belgium... Haba

Master degree admission in KU Leuven is easy for international students with good bachelor degree. Apply before deadline (say before March 31st) with the documents listed below: If all your documents are in order, you will be given admission. These are what I provided when I applied applied and I was given admission.

1. a completed and signed application form (Application form for the admission procedure).
2. a copy of your passport or identity card.
3. Proof of Language requirement
4. a curriculum vitae (CV) with the following data: name and first name, place and date of birth, official address, phone number and email address you can be reached at, overview of previous studies (secondary and higher education) and (if applicable) overview of professional activities
5. a (legalised*) copy of the diploma of higher education which gives access to the chosen programme (= your bachelor’s degree). If this diploma has been issued in another language than Dutch, English, French or German, a (legalised*) translation in one of these languages by a sworn translator is necessary.
6. an academic transcript of your diploma with the following information:
- all attended courses
- the study load of each course (indicated in contact hours and study points or (ECTS) credits)
- the examination results
- (if applicable) the title of the dissertation (thesis)
- the final evaluation
These documents need to be written in Dutch, English, French or German and stamped by the issuing university.
a description of all courses in Dutch, English, French or German (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
7. Letter of recommendations 2
8. Letter of motivation
9. (if applicable) a copy of the dissertation (thesis). If your dissertation is not written in Dutch, English, French or German you can submit a summary in one of these languages (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
10. Application fee of 50 Euro

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 11:57am On Jul 07, 2015
Virtue11:

Master degree admission in KU Leuven is easy for international students with good bachelor degree. Apply before deadline (say before March 31st) with the documents listed below: If all your documents are in order, you will be given admission. These are what I provided when I applied applied and I was given admission.
1. a completed and signed application form (Application form for the admission procedure).
2. a copy of your passport or identity card.
3. Proof of Language requirement
4. a curriculum vitae (CV) with the following data: name and first name, place and date of birth, official address, phone number and email address you can be reached at, overview of previous studies (secondary and higher education) and (if applicable) overview of professional activities
5. a (legalised*) copy of the diploma of higher education which gives access to the chosen programme (= your bachelor’s degree). If this diploma has been issued in another language than Dutch, English, French or German, a (legalised*) translation in one of these languages by a sworn translator is necessary.
6. an academic transcript of your diploma with the following information:
- all attended courses
- the study load of each course (indicated in contact hours and study points or (ECTS) credits)
- the examination results
- (if applicable) the title of the dissertation (thesis)
- the final evaluation
These documents need to be written in Dutch, English, French or German and stamped by the issuing university.
a description of all courses in Dutch, English, French or German (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
7. Letter of recommendations 2
8. Letter of motivation
9. (if applicable) a copy of the dissertation (thesis). If your dissertation is not written in Dutch, English, French or German you can submit a summary in one of these languages (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
10. Application fee of 50 Euro
Thnks so much brother.... Please for the legalization.... Do I have to go to the ministry of foreign affairs in Abuja or is there any other way to legalize it
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 12:06pm On Jul 07, 2015
Virtue11:

Master degree admission in KU Leuven is easy for international students with good bachelor degree. Apply before deadline (say before March 31st) with the documents listed below: If all your documents are in order, you will be given admission. These are what I provided when I applied applied and I was given admission.
1. a completed and signed application form (Application form for the admission procedure).
2. a copy of your passport or identity card.
3. Proof of Language requirement
4. a curriculum vitae (CV) with the following data: name and first name, place and date of birth, official address, phone number and email address you can be reached at, overview of previous studies (secondary and higher education) and (if applicable) overview of professional activities
5. a (legalised*) copy of the diploma of higher education which gives access to the chosen programme (= your bachelor’s degree). If this diploma has been issued in another language than Dutch, English, French or German, a (legalised*) translation in one of these languages by a sworn translator is necessary.
6. an academic transcript of your diploma with the following information:
- all attended courses
- the study load of each course (indicated in contact hours and study points or (ECTS) credits)
- the examination results
- (if applicable) the title of the dissertation (thesis)
- the final evaluation
These documents need to be written in Dutch, English, French or German and stamped by the issuing university.
a description of all courses in Dutch, English, French or German (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
7. Letter of recommendations 2
8. Letter of motivation
9. (if applicable) a copy of the dissertation (thesis). If your dissertation is not written in Dutch, English, French or German you can submit a summary in one of these languages (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
10. Application fee of 50 Euro
Also.. Please do you know anything about a preparatory program before admission.. Thanks

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Virtue11: 12:28pm On Jul 07, 2015
vowolabi:

Thnks so much brother.... Please for the legalization.... Do I have to go to the ministry of foreign affairs in Abuja or is there any other way to legalize it

I legalized my bachelor degree certificate, bachelor degree transcripts and my WAEC at the Embassy of Belgium in Nigeria. Before then, I took them to the Ministry of Education in Abuja, then to Foreign Affairs Office.

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Virtue11: 12:32pm On Jul 07, 2015
vowolabi:

Also.. Please do you know anything about a preparatory program before admission.. Thanks

Please check the school website for this. It is usually for those who are slightly deficient in the requirements needed to follow the main master courses. Pre-master programs are meant to cover such deficiencies.
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 12:50pm On Jul 07, 2015
Virtue11:

Please check the school website for this. It is usually for those who are slightly deficient in the requirements needed to follow the main master courses. Pre-master programs are meant to cover such deficiencies.
Ta
Virtue11:

I legalized my bachelor degree certificate, bachelor degree transcripts and my WAEC at the Embassy of Belgium in Nigeria. Before then, I took them to the Ministry of Education in Abuja, then to Foreign Affairs Office.
Ta
Thanks that clarification
Please regarding legalization.. I read in their site that I can send a certified copy or do they no longer accept that?
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Virtue11: 2:30pm On Jul 07, 2015
vowolabi:
TaTa
Thanks that clarification
Please regarding legalization.. I read in their site that I can send a certified copy or do they no longer accept that?

Certified True Copy is acceptable but it has to be legalized by the Belgian Embassy in Nigeria

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 3:25pm On Jul 07, 2015
Virtue 11 bless ya brother Are you in belgium already ?
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Virtue11: 11:44am On Jul 08, 2015
vowolabi:
Virtue 11 bless ya brother
Are you in belgium already ?

I live in Belgium
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 9:08pm On Jul 08, 2015
Virtue11:

I live in Belgium

Fantastic!.. Please I hope you don't, I've got loads of questions to ask you as I'm a sucker for belgium.. I love the country
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Teaser4(m): 10:12am On Jul 09, 2015
Virtue11:


I live in Belgium
please do you have info on Hasselt University Belgium. Tuition for masters in statistics, Google and the school website is not helping
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by zik4ever: 10:32pm On Jul 09, 2015
Please has anyone gotten a schengen visa particularly for Netherlands (through the French or Belgium Embassy) within 3 weeks as they advice/advertise?
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Virtue11: 1:07pm On Jul 10, 2015
Teaser4:
please do you have info on Hasselt University Belgium. Tuition for masters in statistics, Google and the school website is not helping

Kindly prepare a minimum of 2000 Euro per year. International student must take minimum of 60 credits in a year. Each credit cost 28.68 Euro. Multiply 28.68 by 60 and add 230 registration fee to it. It is about 2000 Euro While those from EAA and those with equal status will pay 890 Euro per year

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 5:33pm On Aug 25, 2015
Is anyone inteNding to study in belgium
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 5:33pm On Aug 25, 2015
Is anyone inteNding to study in belgium?
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Nobody: 2:37pm On Oct 05, 2015
Please let keep this thread alive. I will like to inform fellow nairalanders that admissions into various universities in Belgium has started. Hurry and secure your place. Good Luck
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by fikki1: 2:09pm On Oct 13, 2015
namebdis4:
Please let keep this thread alive. I will like to inform fellow nairalanders that admissions into various universities in Belgium
started. Hurry and secure your place. Good Luck



hi, am interested, i have legalised my doc nd waiting for confirmation fro ghent in order to send my document, do yhu have idea on d amount for sending doc

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by vowolabi(m): 4:08pm On Oct 13, 2015
Hi, I think 10-15k depending on the courier service you want to use. Its way cheaper using nipost tho
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Nobody: 7:24pm On Oct 13, 2015
Im eyeing one school in Belgium for msc in water resources. The tuition is not up to 1000 euros

http://www.vub.ac.be/sites/vub/files/reglementen/studiegelden/tuition-fees-noneea-2015-2016.pdf
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Nobody: 7:31am On Oct 18, 2015
Soyedele1:
Im eyeing one school in Belgium for msc in water resources. The tuition is not up to 1000 euros

http://www.vub.ac.be/sites/vub/files/reglementen/studiegelden/tuition-fees-noneea-2015-2016.pdf


THIS IS GREAT YOU WILL HAVE THE ADMISSION. GOODLUCK
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Nobody: 8:30am On Oct 18, 2015
Teaser4:
please do you have info on Hasselt University Belgium. Tuition for masters in statistics, Google and the school website is not helping

yes i do
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by superduperjay: 12:29pm On Oct 18, 2015
namebdis4:

yes i do
Do youknow any medical school I can apply to?
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by Nobody: 8:48am On Oct 29, 2015
Ghent University

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by skills50(m): 11:43am On Oct 29, 2015
Hi all, pls i need information on schools in belgium to study medicine and surgery and d tuition fee
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by obiak4(m): 4:33pm On Oct 29, 2015
Virtue11:


Master degree admission in KU Leuven is easy for international students with good bachelor degree. Apply before deadline (say before March 31st) with the documents listed below: If all your documents are in order, you will be given admission. These are what I provided when I applied applied and I was given admission.

1. a completed and signed application form (Application form for the admission procedure).
2. a copy of your passport or identity card.
3. Proof of Language requirement
4. a curriculum vitae (CV) with the following data: name and first name, place and date of birth, official address, phone number and email address you can be reached at, overview of previous studies (secondary and higher education) and (if applicable) overview of professional activities
5. a (legalised*) copy of the diploma of higher education which gives access to the chosen programme (= your bachelor’s degree). If this diploma has been issued in another language than Dutch, English, French or German, a (legalised*) translation in one of these languages by a sworn translator is necessary.
6. an academic transcript of your diploma with the following information:
- all attended courses
- the study load of each course (indicated in contact hours and study points or (ECTS) credits)
- the examination results
- (if applicable) the title of the dissertation (thesis)
- the final evaluation
These documents need to be written in Dutch, English, French or German and stamped by the issuing university.
a description of all courses in Dutch, English, French or German (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
7. Letter of recommendations 2
8. Letter of motivation
9. (if applicable) a copy of the dissertation (thesis). If your dissertation is not written in Dutch, English, French or German you can submit a summary in one of these languages (must not be translated by a sworn translator).
10. Application fee of 50 Euro
have already got admissn for pgd and masters what are the neccesary things needed to collect my visa
school resumes by march next year
also if you have idea about poland study visa would be gland if you can share am still expecting a reply from polish embassy
blessed be

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Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by fikki1: 4:48pm On Oct 29, 2015
obiak4:

have already got admissn for pgd and masters what are the neccesary things needed to collect my visa
school resumes by march next year
also if you have idea about poland study visa would be gland if you can share am still expecting a reply from polish embassy
blessed be


please, i just need a clarification, i want to use my waec for admission, though i hv ond which i didn't legalise but intending on sending it, hope its cool dat way... Wanna send all doc by Monday, n also transcript from sec school...
Re: Anyone Studying In Belgium? by obiak4(m): 7:53pm On Oct 29, 2015
fikki1:



please, i just need a clarification, i want to use my waec for admission, though i hv ond which i didn't legalise but intending on sending it, hope its cool dat way... Wanna send all doc by Monday, n also transcript from sec school...
all the above documents should be introduced or mentioned when written your statement of purpose also called academic sop it just a brief summary of your educational background,things you have achieved,what you wish to achieve,educational and personal goals in life, etc @least z page and half

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