HEH / International / Incoming
Student candidates wishing to enrol in our institution in order to spend part of their studies abroad will send an application form duly completed to the International Relations Commission, before 15 June (for the first semester or full year) or before 15 December (for the second semester).
Complete the online application form by following one of the links below:
INCOMING APPLICATION FORM (French version)
INCOMING APPLICATION FORM (English version)
Exchange will be possible only after approval of the study programme by authorities of the sending institution and by the educational coordinator of the HEH’s relevant department.
Students whose exchange programme includes active teaching internship will have to provide proof of adequate French proficiency. Classes within HEH are given in French except for foreign languages courses.
No registration fee is requested to students receiving a mobility grant from European Erasmus+ programme.
Read the Pôle Hainuyer Incoming brochure to get good advice and a successful mobility.
> Transcript of Records: Grading System
Read the following documents:
TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS FROM RECEIVING INSTITUTIONS:
Watch here an example of exchange with incoming students from Flanders (HEH VIVES, 2017).
Presentation webinar of higher education in Wallonia-Brussels Federation
for international students (by Wallonie-Bruxelles Campus)
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a non-profit international student organisation and one of the biggest in Europe. Their mission is to support and represent international students, thus providing opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students.
ESN is present in more than 1000 Higher Education Institutions from over 40 countries. The network is constantly developing and expanding. We have around 15,000 active members that are in many sections supported by so called buddies mainly taking care of international students. Thus, ESN involves around 40,000 young people offering its services to around 350,000 international students every year.
How to become an ESN member as an Erasmus student?
To do so, you will have to buy the ESN card which is sold at the beginning of each semester by the local departments.
ESN cards are sold in the exchange destination city because it is a member card for Erasmus and international students and trainees (incoming students).
If you are interested in getting the member card, go to the website of ESN Mons: https://esnmons.be/.
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