Possible trainings at the end of the programme

The Master’s degree programme in engineering and Applied Mathematics satisfies the prerequisites for other Master’s degree programmes that may be obtained upon completion of an additional year:

1.Master [120] en sciences actuarielles (UCL)

Students who take LINMA2725, LACTU2020, LACTU2030, LACTU2070 and at least 15 credits in the Complement to the major in financial mathematics (see "Elective courses") will get direct access to the second year of the Master [120] en sciences actuarielles.

2.Master’s degree [120] in general economics (UCL)

Students who take 30 credits in the Module en biostatistique et technométrie will be able to complete in one year the Master [120] en statistique, orientation biostatistique.

3.Master’s degree [120] in general statistics (UCL)
Students who take 30 credits in the Module en statistique générale et mathématique will be able to complete in one year the Master [120] en statistique, orientation générale.

Furthermore, most of the UCL Master’s degree programmes (generally 60) are open to UCL Master’s degree diploma holders. For example:
-The Master’s degree (120) in sciences and environmental management and the Master’s degree (60) in sciences and environmental management (automatic admission with possible complementary coursework)
-Different Master’s degree programmes (60) in management (automatic admission based on written application): see this list
-The Master’s degree (60) in information and communication at Louvain-la-Neuve or the Master’s degree (60) in information and communication at Mons

 

Doctoral degree programmes

Enrolment in a doctoral degree programme in engineering sciences is open to students holding a Master’s degree in civil engineering. The Institute ICTEAM is associated with several specialised doctoral schools in particular the school “Systems, Optimization, Control and Networks” (for details see https://uclouvain.be/sites/socn/).