Subject to changes imposed by the State, the registration fees for adult education amount to a standard price of € 1.50 per lesson hour. This applies to all courses, except for NT2 courses. The standard price for these courses is € 0.60 per lesson hour.
You can pay by card, in cash or with training vouchers when you register.
You are allowed to take the same module 3 times (within 6 years) at the standard price per course. If in a period of 6 years you want to redo a same module a fourth time, the price of this module will be increased:
For example: a 120-hour module will cost €360.
The increased registration fees do not apply when you register for Open Modules.
As of school year 2015-2016, a student pays a maximum of € 300 registration fee per semester for a modular course of secondary adult education. A semester is the period from September 1 to December 31 or the period from January 1 to August 31. The start date of the module determines to which period the module is counted. If the student follows several courses during a semester, he or she pays a maximum of 300 euros per course followed.
By having the necessary certificates, you can benefit from a partial or total exemption from the registration fees.
A partial exemption allows you to pay only € 0.30 per lesson hour. The exemptions apply in particular to people with disabilities, people receiving unemployment benefits, prisoners, job seekers in professional recruitment and people earning a living wage. You can find more information on the Flemish Education website: www.onderwijs.vlaanderen.be/nl/vrijstelling-van-inschrijvingsgeld-in-het-volwassenenonderwijs.