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You have been accepted at HELMo for an Erasmus, dual degree, a full program or another project? Welcome to Liege!
We hope you will enjoy your experience and we are looking forward to meeting you!
You will find on this page all the information regarding the academic year, the French courses and the Belgian Culture and Heritage (new course).

Any question? Check out our FAQ,contact our international team or download our ECTS guide.
Some of our activities

General information

Academic year

- Fall semester: 05/09/2018 - 31/01/2019
      Welcome days : 05/09/2018-12/09/2018
      Lectures period: 14/09/2018 - 21/12/2018
      Exam period: 07/01/2019 - 31/01/2019
      Christmas Holidays: 21/12/2018 - 06/01/2019
- Spring semester: 01/02/2019 - 30/06/2019
    Welcome days : 30-01-2019 - 31/01/2019
    Lectures period: 01/02/2019 - 31/05/2019
    Exam period: 01/06/2019 - 30/06/2019

Possibility to carry out an internship in a hospital for students in Health Care from 16th August. For further information and application, please contact Kathleen Marien.

Please note that the Welcome days, organized in collaboration with the ESN, are mandatory.
We are very pleased to welcome you for the second semester on 30th January 2019.

French Course

  • An intensive French Course will be taught during the autumn semester (5ECTS). An assessment of your level will be held in the third week of September 2018. Further information can be found here.
  • During the spring semester, you can attend an intensive course in French at the “Institut des langues vivantes de l'université de Liège” (ISLV). Further information can be found here.


A new course called Belgian Culture and Heritage has been created for 2016-2017. We will be offering it to our incoming students during 2018-2019 for 2 ECTS credits. You will be evaluated on your participation in all activities.
The students who don’t want to include it in their learning agreement are welcome to take part in the activities if they want to (contact Manon Habay m.habay@helmo.be ).

You can find the programme for 17-18  here (subject to change)

Belgian Culture and Heritage 17-18
Luxembourg activity
30th Erasmus Anniversary

Spring Semester:
Welcome days
Liège - Luxembourg Academy: 3rd March 2018

Belgian Culture and Heritage module 16-17 :

Welcome days
International dinner
Activity of Liège
Activity of Leuven
Activity of Brussels

Second semester activities:
Journée du Pole

The ECTS and the recognition

Established under the Bologna Process, the ECTS system widens the possibilities for student mobility within the European Union education system.

The ECTS credits are based on the amount of work required to reach the expected results at the end of the study process.
With the help of this system of classification of courses, all training courses offered by HELMo are more clearly identified. This makes it easier to establish the equivalence between diplomas offered in one country and another (HELMo will enter into the Egracons system for the next academic year)
The use of that system and its required documents allows the setting up of a learning agreement and the recognition of the activities listed in the Learning Agreement which have been marked sufficient during the mobility period.
The value of a full academic year is 60 credits. In most cases, the students amount of work ranks from1500 to 1800 hours for one academic year; the value of one credit represents 25 to 30 hours of work.
The Learning Agreement for studies, section to be completed “before the mobility” defines the curriculum to be followed by the student, as agreed before the mobility between the student, the home institution and the host institution.
The Learning Agreement for studies, section to be completed “after the mobility”, produced at the end of the stay, confirms that the agreed curriculum has been attended and lists the marks of the student’s assessment. That document guarantees the transparency of the results.
The Placement Agreement, section to be completed “before the mobility” includes the training agreement. The section to be completed “after the mobilityincludes a certificate of placement delivered by the company.
For further information, visit the website of the European Commission: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/index_en.htm


  1. What are the application procedures?
  2. Which programme may I attend? May I take other courses which are not included into the bloc?  Are the classes taught in English?
  3. Which documents do I have to fill in?
  4. Is it possible to do an internship? Contact the international coordinator of your department
  5. Who should I take contact with? See here below question 4
  6. What are the different campuses?
  7. What should I do to have a Health insurance? What will happen if I have an accident or a health problem? What kind of insurance should I have?
  8. How is my Erasmus recognised?
  9. What is the ESN? How can I get the information about ESN?
  10. Where can I find an accommodation? Where can I sleep if I don’t have an accommodation when I arrive?
  11. What are the costs of living?
  12. May I work as a student?
  13. May I attend a French course? How much does it cost? When and Where is it organized?
  14. When does the first semester start? When does it finish, exams included?
  15. What is the easiest way to come to Liège?


- Belgian Culture and Heritage, Academy activities (11th March 2017)
- 5 students in public health going to Madagascar
- Cooperation mission in Dakar for HELMo Fashion design
- Academy activities 12 th March 2016
- visit of a Senegalese 's teacher
- 5 nurses in Nepal