Monitoring of studies by parents or third parties

The laws on privacy (the General Data Protection Regulation) do not allow Odisee to disclose data about its students to third parties.

This means that we don't provide any information to parents or third parties, but only to the student in question. However, there are a number of ways that you, a parent or third party, can follow a student's study academic career.

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Academic calendar

The academic calendar provides an overview of the start and end of the academic year, semesters, educational activities, exam periods, catch-up activities, holidays and public holidays.

Exam results

After each exam period, the exam results are published in the online study progress file on predetermined dates.

The study progress files also contains, if applicable, study progress monitoring measures as well as the exam results.

If you ask a student log into his/her study progress file in your presence, you can look at the official exam results together online.

Any student who is enrolled can log in from any computer with an internet connection.


Diplomas are awarded from the month of December following the academic year of graduation. A student who has graduated can apply for a job or enrol in an educational institution after graduation with a provisional certificate, pending the official diploma.

More information on the provisional certificate and the official diploma can be found here.

Groeipakket/Child benefits

If a student’s child benefits are called into question, the student can use the self-service application to print a certificate stating the number of study credits used and send that certificate to the Flemish Child Benefits Fund.

If the student is not enrolled - or has insufficient credits - he/she will no longer receive any child benefits.


What should you do if you don't receive any child benefits anymore?

Study credits

The Flemish government has a central database that keeps track of every student’s study credits. Every student can consult that database via Mijn Burgerprofiel (only available in Dutch) and accordingly monitor the status of his/her study credits online. The student can log in with his/her e-ID card.