Frequently Asked Questions
- Each year we make a careful selection of maximum 40 students from all over the world.
- Students are eligible to apply when they have completed their study of law and have received, in accordance with the requirements in their host country, a final law degree that provides access to the legal profession or to the qualifying exams for admission to the Bar.
- The equivalence of foreign degrees will be decided by the Academic Board of the Programme.
- Students are selected on the basis of their academic qualifications as well as work and other relevant experience.
- Proven proficiency in English is essential (see below for information on English test requirements).
IELST-score : the minimum for applying for our program is 7.0
TOEFL-test [min. score 233 (computer-based) min. score 90 (internet-based) min.score 577 (paper-based)]
Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English – CPE
Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English – CAE-B
If candidates have their law degree from an English language University in English, they may be exempt from the English test. In this case, we require proof from the university that the courses were taught in English. We also reserve the right to assess the level of language skills separately in unclear cases.
Once we received the first installment, you will receive an official admission letter from the VUB admissions office (email@example.com).
The Br(ik organisation aims to create a network of safe, reliable housing. The landlords and the accommodations linked to Br(ik, must meet criteria set by Br(ik and in case of problems between the landlord and the tenant, the Br(ik organisation can intervene.
Prearranged housing is only available for VLIR-UOS scholars who are registered for one or two year master programmes. All other students and scholars are advised to seek transit, short term or long term housing prior to departure. It is recommended that the search for accommodation is started as soon as the letter of acceptance or invitation has been received.
For more information, please:
BRUSSELS EDUCATION CENTER C.V.O – Day and evening language courses: VUB Campus – Pleinlaan 2 – Building D (Room D.1.33)
phone : +32 (0)2/629.39.08
website : http://cvo-bec.net
ITO : University Language Institute – Pleinlaan 5 – 3° floor
phone : +32 (0)2/629.26.07
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information:
tel: +32 (0)26 29 11 88