Programme changes

Programme changes may take place annually. Some of them are rather limited (e.g. a change of title of a course) and have no further impact on your study path. Others are more drastic (e.g. changes in the number of credits, merging of two courses, creation of a new course...) and can have an impact on the further course of your study programme or year programme.

If a programme change has an impact on your track, you will be informed of it by e-mail at the start of the new academic year.

The changes are only available in Dutch:

Bachelor en Master Criminologie 2023-2024 
Instroomplan 1 t.e.m. 5 verkorte bachelor Criminologie 2023-2024 
Master-na-Master Internationaal en Europees Recht 2023-2024

Spreading scenarios

Following a shortened programme or spreading your programme? Take a look at the spreading scenarios for the bridging programme, the shortened bachelor's and preparatory programme (Law) and the bachelor's (Criminological Sciences). The proposals are for both day students, and working students.

Check them here

First year students

First year students can apply for an exception to the standard path in certain situations. Find out who is eligible for a reduced course load and check the spreading scenario for your programme.

Check it here

Elective courses at ULB

Want to take a course at ULB?

All about elective courses

Study path exceptions

Do you want to apply for an exception to your study path?

Request an exception


There are several ways in which the study path counselors can help you. 

Do it yourself!

Before you contact us, you can start with these handy tools: 

  • Do you have a question about your individual study path? We gathered all information on this webpage
  • Do you have a combined enrolment? Check out this webpage.
  • Put together your own individual study path via this online tool.
  • Do you have binding conditions? Then complete this reflection tool.
  • Check out the tips and tricks from Study Guidance on our Canvas page
Specific information

We have compiled a number of questions that we often receive from students. All of these are in Dutch.


The study path counselors can be reached via the same e-mail address. Behind the scenes, your question will be assigned to the right person. Please mention your student number and study programme for a smooth processing.


Every week, at fixed moments, you can ask your study path counselor short questions via the chat option of Microsoft Teams. Please note: only the questions asked during these fixed moments will be answered.

Individual appointment

Do you have questions about your study path? Make an appointent with your study path councelor. Are you a working student wanting an appointment after 5 PM? Please e-mail us your availabilities.
Make an appointment

Meeting Point Study Guidance

If you have a general question about your study path or about the various guidance possibilities offered by Study Guidance, pop into the Meeting Point! You can drop by without an appointment. Check the opening hours.

Who is who? 

Do you want to reach a specific study path counselor? Be sure to check who can help you with your programme and how and when you can reach them. 


Hafsa Senhadji

Study path counselor faculty Law and Criminology

Ellen De Blende

Study path counselor faculty Law and Criminology

Chaymae Safir

Study path counselor faculty Law and Criminology