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    STUDENT SELFSERVICE

    You can cancel courses via the Student SelfService.

    Implications of cancelling courses

    The cancellation of courses can have implications for your tuition fee, learning account, child benefits or scholarship.

    Tuition fee:

    • 1 December: courses for the first semester or year courses that are cancelled before 1 December will not be charged or will be refunded.
    • 16 March: courses for the second semester that are cancelled before 16 March will not be charged or will be refunded.

    For more information contact the Education and Student Administration.

    Child benefits and scholarship:
    If you cancel courses in your study programme, this may affect your entitlement to child benefits and your scholarship from the Flemish community. For more information on this matter, you can contact Social legal & financial support, your child benefits institution or your scholarship institution.

    Learning account:
    Changing your registration may affect your learning account.

    For more information contact your learning path counselor.

    Cancelling courses: this is how you do it

    You can cancel courses via the Student SelfService. Don't forget to keep the deadlines in mind! When the deadlines for course registration have passed, you have to contact your learning path counsellor to cancel courses. 

    1. Manage Classes

    Log in to the Student SelfService. In the main menu, click on the icon 'Manage Classes'. Now go to the second tab 'Drop Classes.'

    2. Drop Classes

    You get an overview of all the courses you've registered. Select the course you want to drop and click 'next' in the top right corner.

    3. Review classes to drop

    You will now see a list of the courses you've selected to drop. To confirm, click on the green button 'Drop classes'. You'll be asked to confirm again. Click 'Yes.' 

    4. Confirmation

    You'll receive a confirmation, you've successfully dropped the course!

    ! A red 'cross' under status?

    When there is an error status ( = a red cross) you did not cancel this course.

    Read the error message carefully, try to resolve the error and cancel the course again.

    STUDENT SELFSERVICE

    You can register extra courses via the Student SelfService.

    Implications of registering extra courses

    Registration of extra courses can have implications for your tuition fee, child benefits and scholarship and learning account.

    Tuition fee:

    If the courses in your year programme exceed your initial number of courses, additional tuition fees will be charged.

    • 1 December: for amendments in choice of courses for the first semester or year courses as of 1 December, additional tuition fees will always be claimed for the extra courses
    • 16 March: for amendments in choice of courses for the second semester as of 16 March, additional tuition fees will always be claimed for the extra courses.

    For more info contact the Education and Student Administration.

    Child benefits and scholarship:
    If you register extra courses in your study programme, this may affect your entitlement to child benefits and your scholarship from the Flemish community. For more information on this matter, you can contact Social legal & financial support, your child benefits institution or your scholarship institution.

    Learning account:
    Changing your registration may affect your learning account.

    For more info contact your learning path counselor.

    Registering extra courses: this is how you do it

    Have a look at the roadmap for course registration.