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    How to apply for and enrol in a combined enrolment?

    At some points the administration for students with a combined enrolment differs from that of students enrolled in just one study programme. What is important to know?

    ! During your application for the additional programme on the page 'programme selection' at 'course filter' tick the box 'show the complete list of VUB courses. I am registering based on my file'.

    Enrol in more than one programme - current VUB student

    In case you want to enrol in more than one programme follow these steps:

    1. You will receive an e-mail from the Education and Student Administration when you can re-enrol in your current programme, the basic programme. You re-enrol in the basic programme in the Student SelfService.

    2. Apply for the additional programme. You also do this via the Student SelfService, click the button 'new application' 

    3. During your application for the additional programme on the page 'programme selection':
    - under 'choice of programme' tick the box 'this is a registration for which I wish to combine enrollments in diploma contracts.'
    - at 'course filter' tick the box 'show the complete list of VUB courses. I am registering based on my file'.

     

    4. You do not need to upload your documents again at 'document checklist'.

    5. Complete this application by clicking on the submit icon on the last page.

    Enrol in more than one programme - new VUB student

    Applying for the first programme

    Fill out the online application and click on the submit icon on the last page to send in your application.

    Applying for the second programme

    1. In the same online application at the homepage click the button 'new application'.

    2. Confirm your personal details where needed.

    3. On the page 'programme selection' :
    - under 'choice of programme' tick the box 'this is a registration for which I wish to combine enrolments in diploma contracts.'
    - at 'course filter' tick the box 'show the complete list of VUB courses. I am registering based on my file'.

     

    4. You do not need to upload your documents again at 'document checklist'.

    5. Complete this application by clicking on the submit icon on the last page.

    Student card & registration certificates

    A few notes on your student card and registration certificates.

    Student card

    Even though you are enrolled in two programmes, you will only receive one student card.

    Registration certificates

    You will standard receive registration certificates for the basic programme that you follow. This proof of registration is sufficient for all necessary purposes, for example to request your public transport season ticket.

    If you still want registration certificates for the additional study programme, you will have to request these online.

    Attention for 'Deviating from the general rule'

    Tuition fee

    You only pay the fixed amount once per academic year.

    Fixed and variable amount

    The fixed amount is only due once per academic year.

    For the purposes of calculating the tuition fees, the enrolments of a student for one or several programmes and for one or several programme units under a diploma contract and credit contract will be treated as a single enrolment. All ECTS-credits will therefore be added together.

    Deviating from the general rule

    Deviating from the general rule, enrolments in the following programmes will be treated as individual enrolments (and not as additional enrolments):

    • enrolment for (a preparatory programme for) an advanced master’s programme;
    • enrolment for a PhD;
    • enrolment for a postgraduate programme;
    • enrolment under an exam contract with a view to obtaining ECTS-credits;
    • enrolment under the form of an exam contract with a view to obtaining a degree.

    The provisions for scholarship students do not apply to these enrolments.

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