Finding Courses for Learning Agreement


The paragraphs below explain how exchange students who plan a semester at UNamur can assemble a study program to be included in the learning program and agreed upon by the Erasmus/mobility coordinator at their home university. The example is based on the course program of the Faculty of Economics, Social Sciences and Business Administration. However, the same procedure also applies to UNamur's other faculties.

General remarks

Please note that the teaching language is predominantly French at the BA level and English at the MA level.  Exchange students at the BA level are allowed to take MA level courses and vice versa. An exchange student can take only two courses outside the faculty with which his or her home university has an exchange agreement.


How to find a course for a particular program?

1. Go to: Teaching directory and click, for example, on « Faculté des sciences économiques, sociales et de gestion ». The following screen appears:



2. Choose courses by clicking on one of the following links: "Bachelier", "Master 120 crédits", "Master 60 crédits" or "Master de spécialisation" programmes. If you click on "Master 120 crédits" the following screen will open:


3. Click on the MA that you are interested in. The link "Master in Management, professional focus" will bring you to the homepage of that particular MA program. By clicking on “course structure” you will obtain a list of the courses offered. Clicking on a course will give you a access to a course description including practical information about the semester in which a course if offered, the teaching method, etc. 

4. Make sure to verify whether a particular course is actually offered during your stay (some courses are offered during the first semester, others during the second).

5. Verify the courses schedules to avoid 'scheduling conflicts'. You can verify the course schedules here:


Go to the following UNamur website and choose the correct academic year.

Then use the dropdown menu on the left to get the following screen:


To see the classes you are interested in (Masters in Management/Business Admin, for example) click on either "MA 120 1 GEST" or “MA 120 1 ING”  Or at the 2nd-year bachelor level,  you would have to click on "2BAC-ECOGEST","2BAC-INGMI" or "2BAC-INGTECH" to see the classes offered in the field of business administration in the fall.  Equivalently click on  "3BAC-ECOGEST","3BAC-INGMI" or "3BAC-INGTECH" for the classes offered in the fall at the 3rd-year bachelor level or the equivalent 2BAC links for the 2nd year bachelor level.

Make sure you chose in the calendar below a week where classes are offered, i.e. during the semester, by clicking

  • on any week during September 15 to January 15 for the fall semester and
  • on February 1 to May 15 for the spring semester.  

Note that during the spring break no classes are offered and you should check in at least two or three different weeks the availability and schedule of courses in the spring quarter.