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Can direct entry to Master degree possible ?


can direct entry to master program in Belgium university be possible with 3 year bachelor degree from non EEA country ?


Your question is sufficiently vague that no one could possibly answer it.
Please reply to the following, and we may be able to assist.

1) What is your bachelor degree?
2) What university issued your degree?
3) What masters program do you wish to apply for
4) Which university do you want to attend?

Sep 10, 2018 16:05

In recent years, the Bachelors degree in the European Union has been standardized at 3 years. I believe medicine and possibly engineering could be exceptions. So if your degree is relatively recent, I think you will fit. If you look up any Belgian university website, you can look up the requirements. Perhaps more important is whether you know Dutch or French, because most Master's courses require that, but there are some fields in which courses are taught in English. Two of the best universities are Catholic University Louvain and Ghent University.

Sep 10, 2018 18:46

Every course has its own specific entrance requirements. Address your question to wherever it is you want to study.

Sep 10, 2018 20:53

I got bachelor of business management in2010 in Myanma (Asia country)
Now I'm interested to study MBA in KU Leuven university.
I've got IELTS but not GRE/GMAT.

Could you please advise on it ?

Sep 18, 2018 07:47

Take a look here the course has extremely specific and very clear requirements:

Amongst other requirements, you need a GMAT or GRE with a minimum score above the 60th percentile (overall). Your degree will also probably need to be assessed to ensure that it is deemed equivalent to the required Flemish degrees.

Sep 25, 2018 10:00

Anon, you said it. First of all, each student should be qualified to acquire Bachelors Degree and the person who posted here didn't specify the exact details.

Oct 11, 2018 13:44