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Incoming Mobility

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Welcome to Haute Ecole Lucia de Brouckère!

The HELdB is a higher education institution, a University College, situated on two different campuses, one in Brussels (Anderlecht) and one in Jodoigne (50km East from Brussels).

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Every year The Haute Ecole Lucia de Brouckère welcome Erasmus students and teachers from the partner institutions that have signed a bilateral agreement with us.

Any student, who is interested in a stay with us will find on our web site all necessary information regarding the course programmes we can offer, by choosing the right study department.

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION, ACADEMIC CALENDAR, COURSE CATALOGUE, COURSE SCHEDULES & APPLICATION PROCEDURE

HELdB is pleased to welcome exchange students from its partner institutions in the framework of :

•    the Erasmus+ mobility programme of the European Commission
•    the Belgian Erasmus Belgica exchange scheme

If you feel like planning an exchange study period with us next academic year (Fall and/or Spring semester), here are some links that will help you to prepare your stay at HELdB.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR : click here
COURSE CATALOGUE :  click here
COURSE SCHEDULES : will be available after registration

 

Institutional fact sheet 2022-23

Please be aware of the fact that all our courses are taught in French (expected level B1/B2) and that we do not offer any programme courses in English (besides the language courses, of course).

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Deadlines for application

Fall semester (from early September to late January) : 15th May

Spring semester (from early February to late June) : 15th November

 

Application procedure

How to apply for a (study or training) period at HELdB ?

1. Your home institution (sending institution) has to officially nominate you by email (bri@cnldb.be)

2. Complete the online application form HERE

3. Required documents to be sent by email to bri@cnldb.be before your arrival:

  • ID photo
  • ID copy
  • Learning agreement signed by you and your home institution
  • Copy of European health card or private insurance (insurance covering the civil liability as well as any accident happening during academic activities)
  • Language certificate (OLS test or other test internationally recognised)
  • CV + Letter of motivation
  • Transcript of records (home university)
  • Proof of your nomination (document from home university testifying the student’s selection to the exchange program).

4. Within the 5 days following the online application, the student(s) will receive a confirmation email with a Learning Agreement to fill in and sign (both student and home institution). The model of the sending institution can also be used.

5. These confirmation documents have to be sent back to bri@cnldb.be in order to check the full application form.

– Erasmus Study Agreement (English version)

– Erasmus Internship Agreement (English version)

 

Academic recognition of mobility

All the training modules followed by an Incoming student at the HELdB are confirmed with the number of credits (ECTS) provided for in the learning agreement. The learning agreement is subject to consultation, analysis and validation between the HELdB and the partner.

These training modules are an integral part of the student’s curriculum. They are subject to examination and/or assessment. The results appear in the transcript of records following the equivalence table.

The HELdB will send the Transcript of Records to the student and his/her home institution within five weeks of the end of his/her stay/evaluation.

When it is not possible to establish a conversion table, the following credit transfer system is applied:

– Grades expressed in figures are transcribed as such in the student’s HELdB report card.

– Letter grades are subject to the grading scale available here according to the destination country.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to welcoming you to one of our departments🙂.

 

Looking for accomodation

The HELdB does not run its own student residences, so you will have to find a room on the private housing market.

Jouer Erasmus

Thanks to our successfull collaboration with the Erasmus Play start-up from the University of Zaragoza, one of our partners in Spain, which connects universities in Europe with student organisations, we are able to detect students’ needs and offer them the best experience in finding accommodation.

Erasmus Play is a student accommodation search engine designed to help students from partner universities find accommodation across Europe. All accommodation listed in the search engine is 100% verified to avoid fraud.

The benefits of Erasmus Play :
1. It is free of charge
2. Erasmus Play staff will give lectures and Q&A sessions at outgoing and incoming student meetings.
3. Possibility to find accommodation quickly throughout Europe and especially in Brussels
4. Guaranteed offers and services, with refunds in case of dissatisfaction

 

The Erasmus play website here.

Here are some relevant sites. 

If after consulting all these sites, you still haven’t found a room, do not hesitate to contact the international relations office to bri@cnldb.be

 

–> See here the study life in french-speaking Belgium

Why study in Belgium?
We invite you to follow the video of the Wallonie-Bruxelles Campus via these links:

– English version

– Spanish version

– French version

 

The International Relations Office

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