Belgian student


Admission procedure for the first year of a master’s programme.

You already have a university or university-level Bachelor's degree delivered by the Belgian French Community,

you fulfill requirements to start in the first year of the Master's degree programme at ICHEC.

You already have a university or university-level Bachelor's degree (Bologne- type degree) or a Bac+4 (4-year higher education degree)

you can access our Master's programme after careful examination of your admission request.

  • Registration for the academic year 2018-2019 is closed

Before enrolling :

You have checked that you meet admission requirements and that you have access to the master’s programme.


You can choose to pre-register online (digital upload of the necessary forms and documents) or offline (delivery of the forms and documents directly on our campus)

For online pre-registration click HERE


For offline registration, please follow the procedure below:

  • prepare a complete academic file
  • prepare a complete administrative file
  • now you can enrol
    • on the campus : Montgomery site, Boulevard Brand Whitlock, 4 - 1150 Brussels


Monday, Wednesday and Friday : 10Am - 12.30 PM and 2 PM - 4 PM
Tuesday and Thursday: closed

  • By mail, by sending all the following documents :
    • the administrative file,
    • the academic file
    • the duly completed admission form

      To ICHEC
      Bridge-year Service – Day classes : Mrs Janssens
      Bridge-year Service - Evening classes: Mrs Zichy
      6, Bld Brand Whitlock
      B-1150 Brussels

Pay the tuition fees amounting to 836 euros*. Payments can be done either on campus via a Banksys terminal or by prior payment on the account number BE 65191716222296 (IBAN), CREGBEBB (BIC) of Group ICHEC – ISC Saint-Louis – ISFSC, Bld Brand Whitlock 6, 1150 Brussels – Belgium

The enrolment will not be considered as valid as long as the file is not complete and/or if the tuition fees have not been paid.

* This amount is subject to modification depending on potential legislative change