If you meet the diploma and language requirements and passed the artistic entrance exam you fulfilled the first two steps in our enrolment procedure. You still need to take the following steps.
STEP 3. Confirm your arrival
You need to send a copy of the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring them as soon as possible to the student office.
- ID card (or passport for foreign students);
- D-visum (for visa-obliged foreign students);
- APS certificate (for Chinese students);
- copy of the diploma needed to enrol (see admission requirements). If the original is in a language other than English, French, German or Dutch, it must be accompanied by a legalized translation. Transcripts must include a complete description of the institutional grading system or other standards of evaluation with maximum grades and minimum marks indicated.
- document which grants you access to a university or university college (only if it isn't obvious in your diploma)
STEP 4. Determine the content of your study programme
Individual study path and transfer of credits Classical Music
For Jazz go here.
An individual study path is any study path that deviates from the conventional model path of 60 credits and is determined in a personal contract every academic year. You can obtain exemptions by proving that you obtained a credit certificate in a previous study within higher education that corresponds with the content of a specific course in your new study programme.
Collect the necessary evidence:
- Scan or copy the obtained diplomas and certificates + the detailed overview of previously obtained credits and courses on the basis of the diploma supplement or transcript of records
- A brief official description of the content and objectives of the course for which the student wishes to obtain an exemption, based on official study information from the previous university college or university.
If you only want to apply for a few exemptions, and you collected all evidence as described above, you can directly upload them in the exemption module in iBaMaFlex. A manual for this can be found below.
If you wish to apply for many exemptions, please use the manual and select and fill in the relevant programme comparison here below, collect all the data, prepare yourself thoroughly and make an appointment with your study path coach Charlotte Saelemakers (information on how to make an oppointment will follow soon).
If you need technical assistance with your preparations and online registration of exemptions in the module, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Your application will be discussed at the admissions committee. Once your application is in order, and you completed your study programme in the SPA module in iBamaflex, your study contract will be available via iBaMaFlex (e-postbox). You will need to confirm the contract there. It is only then that you are properly enrolled in the Conservatoire. Welcome!1. Follow the procedure in the guide:
2. Select the programme comparison that applies to you:
Manual programme comparison and multiple exemptionsapplication/pdf
Manual online exemptions module in iBamaflexapplication/pdf
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Students with specific needs
If you have specific needs you can request facilitating measures.
You can request these if you:
- have a (learning) disability (dyslexia, dyscalculia, autism spectrum disorder, adhd, a motor, visual or aural disability,…);
- suffer from a medical or psychological problem;
- combine top sport / work / family with studying.
The studentcounselor Magda Thielemans (firstname.lastname@example.org) will assist you in applying for facilitating measures to meet your individual needs.
The learning account is applicable to each student who enrols in a University College or University in Flanders. With this tool the Government aims to encourage you to make the right study choice and monitor your study progress.
Every student starting higher education in Flanders receives a learning account of 140 study credits. Study credits are deducted from your learning account for each course you enrol for. If you pass your exam you earn back your credits. If you fail for your exam, the study credits are irrevocably deducted from your learning account. If you don't have any credits left in your learning account you can no longer continue your studies.
You can check the balance of your learning account on https://studentenportaal.vlaanderen.be/ (website in Dutch only).
If you enrol for a course of 6 study credits, then those 6 study credits will be deducted form your learning account. If you pass your exam with at least 10/20 then those 6 credits will be added again to your learning acount. If you fail, the 6 credits will be irrevocably deducted.
The first 60 credits you obtain under diploma contract in higher education in Flanders are doubled. Those 60 credits don't need to be earned in one academic year, one study programme or one institution.
The learning account applies to any student who enrols with a diploma contract or credit contract for a bachelor or master programme. It does not apply to students who enrol for a teaching qualification programme, for a bridging or preparatory programme or for a postgraduate programme. Also enrolments with an exam contract are not taken into account.
The learning account aims to encourage you as a student to make the right study choice and to encourage you to change your study programme in time.
Made the wrong choice?
Is your study not running so smoothly as you expected or do your realise that you made the wrong choice? Then you should make an appointment with your student counselor. You can withdraw or choose a new programme. This way you do not unnecessarily lose credits from your learning account. The quicker you decide, the more chance you have to gain back your credits.
Already obtained a master's degree?
The balance of your learning account is reduced by 140 credits when you obtain a diploma for a master programme. If this results in a positive balance, you can use the remaining credits to enrol in an initial bachelor or master programme. If the balance of your learning account is less than 60 credits, you can build it up again to a maximum of 60. Ten credits are added to your learning account every academic year after you obtained your master diploma.
More information about the learning account can be found in the Education and Examination Regulations under article 8.1 and on http://onderwijs.vlaanderen.be/leerkrediet (Dutch website only).
STEP 5. Confirm your study programme
After you have completed your study programme in iBaMaFlex and after this has been approved, your study contract will be made available via the e-mail box in iBaMaFlex. You must confirm the study contract there. New students also have to sign it digitally in iBaMaFlex..
STEP 6. Pay your tuition fee
Tuition fees and course related fees
You can find the Regulations tuition fees, study costs and various expenses on the general regulations page of the AP website. In the Excel file underneath you can easily calculate the total amount you need to pay.
In September or October you’ll receive an invoice for the tuition fee and course related fees based on your signed study contract. The invoice will be sent to your AP-mail.
Tuition fees 2020-2021
Students from the European Higher Education Area (Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania, Spain, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Sweden) and Switzerland for a diploma or credit contract: tuition fee fixed part: 245,20 euro + 11,70 euro / ECTS + 60 euro course related fee.
Other countries: tuition fee fixed part: 770,80 euro + 105,20 euro / ECTS + 60 euro course related fee.
A student from inside the EER enrolling for 60 ECTS within a diplomacontract pays 1 007,00 euro tuition fee.
A student from outside the EER enrolling for 60 ECTS within a diplomacontract pays 7 142,00 euro tuition fee.
Course related fees 2020-2021
All Bachelor and Master students who register for 27 ECTS or more pay 60 euro, students with less than 27 ECTS pay 30 euro.
The following category of students pay extra for tickets for concerts and performances:
- students who register for the course History of music 1 and 2, History of music (jazz) 1 and 2, Art criticism and Art criticism (Media, writing and performance art) pay 40 euro extra;
- students who register for the Bachelor in Dance pay 64 euro extra.
STEP 7. You are enrolled
Student card en certificates
If you have completed all the steps, you can pick up your student card at the student administration office. You can also request a registration certificate.