Check the entry requirements below to ensure that you are eligible to start the programme.

All candidates should apply for admission prior to the enrolment at the University of Antwerp. Only after approval by the academic board, the registration procedure at the registration’s office of the University of Antwerp can be started.

The admission and enrolment procedure consists of different steps: admission procedure (step 1), when approved, a pre-registration (step 2) and registration (step 3) at University of Antwerp, and finally when registered as a student, the enrolment for the course modules (step 4).

Course duration and exam sessions

  • The China-Europe CCS is considered to be a one-year programme that cannot be spread over several academic years.
  • Students have a total of 2 exam sessions to obtain the PG China-Europe CCS certificate. The two exam sessions must be included in the year of enrolment.
  • The PG China-Europe CCS can only be taken once.

Admission procedure

Interested candidates from non-EEA countries must submit a file to the academic coordinator, Ching Lin Pang (ChingLin.Pang@uantwerpen.be) by April 30 2022. For EEA students the deadline is July 15 2022.

The file consists of:

  • a letter of motivation
  • a project proposal on cultural curatorship of max. 5 pages excluding bibliography
  • a certified copy of the university diploma
  • a curriculum vitae

The dossier will be assessed by the Academic Director and Members of the Board Committeee. Once the dossier is accepted the Academic Director will contact the candidate.

Academic Director & contact person: Ching Lin Pang, PhD (ChingLin.Pang@uantwerpen.be, +32 496 501917)

Entry requirements

The PG China-Europe CCS is open to candidates with a master or doctoral degree in area studies or higher art education. 

Direct Admission

  • Master in Translation
  • Master in Interpreting
  • Master in Language and Area Studies: Sinology, Japanology
  • Master in Oriental Languages and Cultures
  • Master in Social and Cultural Anthropology
  • Master in Cultural Studies
  • Master in Linguistics and Literature
  • Master in Linguistics
  • Master in Multilingual Professional Communication
  • Master in Philosophy
  • Master in History
  • Master in Art History
  • Master in Theater and Film Studies
  • Master in Art Sciences
  • Master in Audiovisual Arts: Directing
  • Master in Audiovisual Arts: Cinematography
  • Master in Audiovisual Arts: Sound Design: Editing
  • Master in Audiovisual Arts: Writing
  • Master in Audiovisual Arts: Production
  • Master in Audiovisual Arts: Radio
  • Master in Audiovisual Arts: Animation Film
  • Master in Visual Art: Photography
  • Master in Visual Arts: Graphic Design
  • Master in Visual Arts:  Jewellery Design and Goldsmith’s work
  • Master in Visual Arts: Fashion
  • Master in Visual Arts: Theatre Costume
  • Master in Visual Arts: In situ
  • Master in Visual Arts: Sculpture
  • Master in Visual Arts: Painting
  • Master in Visual Arts: Free Graphic Design
  • Master of Science: Interior Architecture
  • Master of Science: Heritage Studies
  • Master of Science: Product Development
  • Master in Film Studies and Visual Culture
  • Educative Master Languages
  • Educative Master Cultural Studies: History, Philosophy
  • Educative Master Social Sciences: Social Sciences
  • Educative Master Design Sciences: Architecture, Heritage, Interior Architecture, Product Development

Admission Application at the Faculty

Master in other disciplines

Language requirements

As the program is taught in English, candidates must have an excellent knowledge of English. All candidates need to provide an English language proficiency attest.

  • TOEFL-TEST with a score of minimal 550 (paper-based) or miminal 79-93 (internet-based) or higher
  • Original ‘academic test report from’ (TRF) of IELTS with a minimal score of 6.5
  • Certificate of ITACE for students with ERK score B2

You are exempted from these language requirements if you can provide one of the following documents: 

  • Diploma secondary education issued by an educational institution recognized by the Flemish government
  • Diploma higher education issued by a higher educational institution recognized by the Flemish government
  • You have successfully completed an English-language programme, either at the secondary school level or in a higher educational institution in Belgium or abroad (this means a programme of 60 credits)

Tuition fee

The total study fee is 3575 euros and has to be transferred at the latest by May 15 2022 (this information is subject to change).

Contact person: ChingLin.Pang@uantwerpen.be