I’m 25 years old and I’m thinking of taking a bachelor’s degree in law on a staggered schedule starting this year. After 3 years without having studied after having given up to work in the social sector.
I am aware that the thing will not be simple so I would like to find the establishment that “could correspond to me best”.
I had already known for 2-3 years that Unamur was organizing this baccalaureate, when I inquired I discovered that Saint-Louis Bxl also.
I have good feedback from UNamur as a general rule, but no one who has followed this specific course. I have heard that there are a lot of supports for students who are not always present in class and that there is good teacher/student interaction. On the other hand, I have no idea about Saint-Louis, except that the university is quite focused on languages.
You should know that I also work in the social sector on a staggered schedule (I work 12 hours a day, day or night, 3-4 days a week). I am well aware that I will have to adopt a certain lifestyle and a lot of self-discipline. I’m looking for the “good deal”. Because it will be difficult for me to go to all the classes during the week. It seems to me that it’s 5/d per week in Saint-Louis, I don’t know in Namur? Also when is the admin for these two establishments?
Also, I live in Liège so distance level I would like to know for those who regularly travel between these two universities? By train or car.
It was long but in any case I hope to have answers, because I really want to train myself as well as possible!
Thanks in advance