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The programme starts annually, at the end of September. In 2015, this is Monday 21 September. The end of the programme is marked by an evaluation of the student’s fieldwork, around the end of August. If the student successfully passed their theory and fieldwork, they obtain a certificate in September of the following year.
|1 Feb 2017||Start application period|
|30 Jun 2017||End application period non-EU candidates
Deadline full payment non-EU candidates
|31 July 2017||End application period EU candidates|
|15 Aug 2017||Deadline payment registration fee EU candidates|
|To be announced||Interview with candidates|
|21 Sept 2017||Deadline payment tuition fee EU candidates
Start academic year
All courses are lectured in English.
In order to be eligible, candidates require the following qualifications as a minimum:
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
- Good knowledge of mathematics : differential and integral calculus, matrix algebra, co-ordinate geometry (2 and 3 dimensional) , spherical trigonometry, theory of errors, functions, series, complex variables
- Good knowledge of physics : units of measure, mechanics, signal modulation, measurement of time, electricity and magnetism, optics, transducers, pressure, electronics
- Good knowledge of English as all courses are in English
See the detailed entry requirements for more information.
Through a selection committee exemptions can be given to those that have already studied similar courses or have relevant experience in the sector. This system allows for a lighter programme.
To apply for exemptions, candidates complete the additional documents after sending their application. They are then invited to participate in an interview. Based on documentation and the interview, the Selection Committee may decide to grant one or more exemptions.
All candidates are required to pay a registration fee of EUR 250. The full programme consists of 60 ECTS with 1 ECTS costing EUR 100. The candidate decides how many ECTS they choose to take up.
The registration fee is non-refundable. The tuition fee is non-refundable after the start of the academic year.
Students are required to use the Handbooks of Offshore Surveying by STC Skilltrade. These handbooks cost approx. EUR 280, and are not included in the tuition fee.
In the programme there is a Safety course. This course alone does not allow students to obtain a Basic Safety certificate. If you are interested in obtaining the certificate, the HZS offers the opportunity for extra courses, but these are not included in the tuition fee.
The programme is currently not eligible for grants and funding.
Belgian students may be eligible for ‘betaald educatief verlof’; see the website of the Federale Overheidsdienst WASO for more information. Application forms can be obtained at the student administration. Please notify the student administration if you want to apply, as lecturers need to take absence. It is also possible to pay with ‘opleidingscheques’.
General information concerning accommodation, health insurance etc. can be found in the information brochure.