Candidates with an International Baccalaureate (subject 'English A Language and Literature HL or SL’ / 'English B Language and Literature HL’) and/or with a diploma from an International School do not have to take the
mandatory English test. Provided that the student has the subject English on the final grade list.
European Baccalaureate students with at least 50% of the subjects taught in English (additional required subjects should be taught in English) as well as a first foreign language as well as students with a French Baccalauréat diploma including the ‘Section Européenne Anglais/Option Internationale’ are also exempt from the English language requirement.
If you graduated in The
Netherlands, United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Canada (except Quebec),
Malta, Australia or New-Zealand or if you are holding
a diploma (including English as an exam subject) listed on the diploma list, drawn up on behalf of the associations
of institutions of higher education, you do not need to take a mandatory
English test. Provided that your final grade for English language on your diploma is sufficient.