4 steps to apply – it’s that easy!
STEP 1 – ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
It is important that you review our Admission requirements in order to be able to correctly fill out the application form.
STEP 2 – FILL OUT the APPLICATION FORM
Fill out our online Application Form and upload your CV in English at the designated place. You should receive an email from our student care team, confirming that we have received your online application, within seven working days. In case you don’t receive this confirmation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEP 3 – SCAN the DOCUMENTS
Student care team will ask you to send:
- Passport scan
- ID photo
and, based on the admission requirements and your relevant qualifications, one or more of the following documents:
- Education certificate
- Education transcripts (grades statement)
- Written certification from your employer
- IELTS/TOEFL results
If your supporting documents are not in English, get them translated before sending them in.
STEP 4 – PAY the APPLICATION PROCESSING FEE
The application processing fee of €50 can be paid via Paypal or bank transfer. This amount will be deducted from the first tuition instalment. You can read more on the application processing fee terms and conditions here.
Account holder’s name: Bhaktivedanta College a.s.b.l.
Bank name and address:
Dexia Banque SA,
Boulevard Pacheco 44,
Bank account number: 068-2456949-63
IBAN: BE40 0682 4569 4963
That’s it! Now one more step to become our student!
Our admission team evaluates all applications on an individual basis. Applications are reviewed after all the supporting documents have been submitted and the application processing fee paid. A typical review takes up to two weeks and at the same time, a date for the final interview is proposed (not required for all applicants). The interview is done over the phone or Skype with the programme’s Executive Director. After the interview, the decision of acceptance is immediately shared with the student. A provisional letter of acceptance is sent within 7 working days.