Les études permettant d’obtenir le baccalauréat en Chimie sont dispensées au sein du Département de Chimie.
Responsables du Département
Chef de Département : Joëlle De Doncker (tél. : 02 764 46 73)
Coordinateur de Département : Hélène Lamy (tél. : 02 764 46 71)
The course takes place over 3 years. Each year equates to 60 ECTS credits spread over approximately 800 hours of teaching activities :
- In the first year, the focus is on basic theory classes, aimed at providing a solid scientific foundation as well as an introduction to basic practices.
- In the second year, theoretical classes move onto more specialised subjects and the practical work becomes more like the work carried out in the profession.
- In the third year, a large part of the time is devoted to placements within professional organisations. In addition to these placements, activities such as special focus courses, seminars, an introduction to current issues and specialised practical tasks are also organised.
Admission to the first year of the course is open to students who :
- hold either a higher secondary education certificate issued by a Belgian secondary education establishment or one of the other certificates or diplomas mentioned in paragraph 1, article 22 of the decree dated 5 August 1995.
- demonstrate sufficient command of the French language according to terms and conditions set down in the law.
Student Affairs Office
Philippe Hoyez (Head), Dominique Taburiaux and Martine Peters
Tel.: 32-2-764.46.46 (reception)
Information about admission and enrolment rules
In certain circumstances, graduates can enrol for the Licence in Chemistry and, from September 2007, for the Master in Chemistry.
Exchanges are possible subject to departmental and headship approval. These are normally limited to students in their last year and are primarily placements.