Practical info

Practical information

Admission requirements

All applicants have to submit a motivation letter, copies of the degree obtained and transcript of records via the following e-mail address:

The CALM steering committee will examine all applications on an individual basis. The applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application via e-mail. Once students have been accepted they will have to go through the administrative enrolment procedure.

  • Language requirements

All teaching is carried out in English. Therefore, students must have sufficient fluency in written and spoken English to cope with the course.

For the translation-oriented courses (Terminology and Translation Technology, Localisation, Audio-visual language Techniques and Machine Translation and Post-editing) knowledge of Dutch, French or German is also required.

  • Application deadline

    for international students:

    for students who need a visa: before 1 March 2020    

    for students who do not need a visa: before 1 June 2020    

    for students with a degree from a Belgian or Dutch University: 21 September 22 July 2020 and 17 August 2020

Language policy

All teaching is carried out in English.

Language requirements: CEFR level B2 for English.      

How to apply?

Candidates need the programme coordinator’s approval before they can register for the programme. Once the candidate has been accepted to the programme, he/she will immediately be notified via e-mail and can start the administrative enrolment procedure via

Tuition fee

Standard tuition fee (2020-2021): € 2111,20    

Separate fees and procedures apply. Tuition fees may vary depending on individual students’ curriculum.

Academic year

Trimester 1: 21 September 2020

Trimester 2: 1 February 2021

Trimester 3: 22 March 2021 (work placement)


Contact: Christophe Wybraeke via