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XIOS Hogeschool Limburg
Diepenbeek, Belgium


University description (as per official university website)

Admission Requirements

To enroll in a professional or academic bachelor program, you must be in possession of:

a diploma of secondary education or higher education of short type with full curriculum
or a diploma recognized as equivalent
or a diploma of higher education for social advancement (except teaching qualification certificate)
If you register for a course , you start with current skills requirements.

Registration Procedures

The student does a diploma contract off: ie, the student writes in with a view to obtaining a degree peculiar to a particular course
The student concludes a credit contract ex: ie that he subscribes to a number of courses with the intention of this certificate to obtain a credit. He may eventually accumulate to obtain a diploma.
The student does an exam contract off: ie it only enroll for examinations with a view to obtaining a diploma or credit certificate.


We live not only in Hasselt in Limburg, Flanders or Belgium but in Europe! The mobility of students of all countries of the European Union to allow a European Credit system was developed.

This means that the study (follow the lessons, studying, exams ...) of each course is expressed in a number of credits. For a course that is at least 3. A student who registers for a full academic year program will receive a maximum load of 60 credits (1500 to 1800 hours).

It is also possible for a number of credits to another institution - including foreign - to collect. Than the result obtained within XIOS charged.

Examination System

The current exam regulations provide two exam periods. The first examination period is fully completed in early July, offering students a chance for each course. Each student gets a second chance at a second examination period starting in late August.

The first examination period is spread over a number of times during the academic year. Especially for first year students is important. This allows us to courses which are completed as quickly as possible to examine.

For first year students, we provide two exam weeks before Christmas, two weeks before the Easter holidays and exam three weeks before the summer holidays. This allows us to release the ball. Students are informed of the results. These are discussed individually and depending on the result achieved, the teachers them an appropriate remediation proposals. This can range from vocational assistance, or consult an expert for the adjustment of the study method to redirect to wrong study.

Who needs half chance, there is the second exam period.

A student obtains a credit certificate for each course for which he has succeeded (at least 10 to 20 wins). A credit certificate will remain valid indefinitely within the same course at the same institution. The student can make an update program after five years minimum.

Applications for exemptions

The model trajectories of the bachelor-master sections which are structurally the College offers training programs and which previously have been recorded. Also remain as before, individual trajectories may

For obtaining exemptions, there are three options:

on the basis of qualifications achieved as part of a Bachelor or Master's degree;
based on qualifications obtained in other than a Bachelor or Master's degree (EFN: previously acquired skills);
by recognition of prior learning (RPL) based on a proficiency examination.
With exemptions for some courses you can study shortening obtained, this means that only the remaining courses in your program will assist ..

Additional facilities

XIOS recognizes students who need a flexible path. For certain groups (topsorters, students with disabilities be ,...) are a number of facilities. Think you are entitled to, then you can always contact the student counselors or social worker.

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