THE HEI OF THE PROVINCE OF LIÈGE

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

In this FAQ section, we provide clear answers to the most frequently asked questions dealing with:

Our Institution

What kind of trainings does the Higher Education Institution of the Province of Liège offer ?

The Higher Education Institution awards Bachelor and Master degreeswhich integrate both theoretical and practical trainings and aim to give its future graduates vocational qualification and professional skills in a specific field.

Is it possible to download a brochure presenting the Higher Education Institution of the Province of Liège ?

Yes, of course. And it is very simple... You just have to click here.

Our International Relations Office

What am I supposed to do to come and study at the Higher Education Institution of the Province of Liège ?

You wish to follow part of your curriculum in our Institution? We are already pleased to welcome you on our website !

Our International Relations Office will be glad to give you all the necessary information about your studies and your stay.

Central International Relations Office

  • Mr. Philippe PARMENTIER
    International Office Manager - Erasmus Coordinator Tel. : +32 (0)4 237 96 47 Fax : +32 (0)4 237 26 88 E-mail : Philippe.Parmentier@hepl.be

Have you published an information guide to help the Erasmus' students?

If you are an Erasmus student, and as such benefit from an exchange programme, you can download our Erasmus' Students Guidewhere you can read useful tips to prepare your stay and your studies.

Is there a specific application form to fill in ?

If you wish to follow part of your curriculum in out Institution, you may download, fill in and return the application form in attachment.

Il will already give our International Relations Manager useful information to prepare your stay.

Your studies in the Province of Liège

Are there any places to visit or to discover in the Province of Liège ?

The trainings are organized in several locations, making it possible for you to discover the typical ‘treasures' of the Province of Liège, considered as a land full of surprising contrasts.