In Belgium, the practical ULM exam (and everything else ULM related) is defined by a "Koninklijk Besluit" (KB).

It can be found here, in dutch:

In summary, there is a theoretical and practical component. Theoretical are tests on the subjects of:

  • Aerodynamics (forces on the aircraft, controls, ...)
  • Aerology (Air, pressure, temperature, clouds, ...)
  • Techniques of flying (take-off, controlling, landing)

Then the practical tests consist of:

  • A navigation flight between two points, of at least 35 km (~ 19 nm)
  • 10 take-offs and landings
  • 3 landings on less than 20 meters of a target
  • 1 landing on less than 30 meters of a target, with engine idle from 200 m height (~ 700 ft)
  • 1 stall

All of this solo.

We haven't done a stall yet, so I'll have some work in August.

I talked to my assigned examiner, he said a navigation flight to the airfield he's based (EBAV) from ours (EBZH) should be sufficient.

We've flown there a few times, so I should be able to find it. But we haven't landed there yet. He advised to at least do that, because it's quite a short field. The grass runway is 250 meters long. Compared to the 600 meters at EBZH I'm used to, that's quite short.

Meanwhile I've also filed a request for my exam radiotelephony. To make sure I'm allowed to still use the radio if I pass my practical exam. I've studied the matter for the ELP exam, so I'll be reviewing that.