Come to study

Who is the programme for?

Those with refugee status, asylum seekers and persons benefitting from subsidiary protection with an A2 level of French and/or a B1 level of English, wishing to study in the field of applied communication and/or journalism, and having an education equivalent to that of the upper secondary diploma.

What does the programme offer?

  • Bachelor of Applied Communication courses or English programme courses for international students.
  • French courses.
  • A buddy system.


How long is the programme?

One semester (September to December or January to May)

Practical information

The programme issues a certificate of participation (not leading to a qualification).
If you are interested in the programme, please fill out the form and send it to Loïc Hennemont.



For any additional information, please contact Loïc Hennemont:
+32 (0) 2 549 55 37

This project has been made possible thanks to financing by the AUF and the PCI Programme (Promotion de la Citoyenneté et de l’Interculturalité/Promotion of Citizenship and Interculturality) of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.​