Enrolment (on the basis of a Belgian degree)

You want to study at Ghent University. A wise choice. Register here as a student in 2 steps. From academic year 2020-2021 onwards, registrations will be fully online.


Step 1: Register and make an enrolment application

  • Takes about 20 minutes.
  • Have the following documents ready:
    Your eID card (Belgian identity card), eID reader, pin code or Itsme
    or Belgian social security number if you have one
    Passport photo: check instructions
  • If necessary click on the button at the top right 'in English'
    Register as New at Ghent University. Choose ‘Register with Authenticatie Vlaanderen (eID, Itsme)’ if you have a Belgian identity card.
    ! Already registered at UGent (e.g. by requesting brochures, info days, try-outs or accommodation)? Choose ‘Log in with Authenticatie Vlaanderen (eID, Itsme)’ if you have an eID.
    ! You do not have an eID? Choose 'Register by creating an account' (new user) / 'Log in with username and password' (existing user)
  • Make an enrolment application by clicking on 'Enrol'.
  • Submit your enrolment application.
  • You will receive an email with instructions on how to finalize your enrolment.

Start Step 1

Step 2: Enrol

In the period 10 August - 30 September 2020 you have to finalize your enrolment.

After enrolment you will receive a welcome email. In case you did not receive a welcome email or if you can not enrol online, please contact us by email.

Start Step 2




After registration you will receive an invoice with an initial fixed amount to be paid.

After approval of your curriculum, a final invoice will be drawn up based on the number of credits taken and sent to your UGent email address.

If your scholarship status changes in the course of the academic year, the settlement of your invoice will also change.

You can consult the payment status of your tuition fees on Oasis.

Amounts and more info



As soon as possible after registration, please submit a curriculum proposal (the courses you want to take up).

If you have not submitted a curriculum proposal before 15 November, the curriculum committee will compile a course package for you (i.e. always the case for a model route (MOT)).