Access Requirements

Master course admission requirements are defined by the French Community of Belgium Decree of 7 November 2013 defining the hiher education landscape and the academic organisation of courses.

General and specific admission requirements for this programme must be satisfied at the time of enrolling at the university.

In the event of the divergence between the different linguistic versions of the present conditions, the French version shall prevail.



Specific access requirements

In addition to fulfilling the access conditions described below, candidates must provide proof of a sufficient command of the French language (level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference).

Students who wish to be admitted on the basis of a dossier (see tables below) are invited to consult the criteria for the evaluation of application.

University Bachelors

Diploma Special Requirements Access Remarks
UCLouvain Bachelors
Bachelor : Business Engineering Direct access
Bachelor in Engineering Direct access
Bachelor in Mathematics Direct access
Bachelor in Physics Direct access
Bachelor in Economics and Management
Bachelor in Computer Science
Direct access if they have succeded the Minor in Statistics, Actuarial Sciences and Data Sciences. - In some cases, the UCLouvain Enrolment Office, after reviewing their online enrolment or re-enrolment application, will ask the students concerned to provide an enrolment authorisation from the faculty/school.
Others Bachelors of the French speaking Community of Belgium
Bachelor in Business Engineering
Bachelor in Engineering
Bachelor in Mathematics
Bachelor in Physics
Direct access
Bachelors of the Dutch speaking Community of Belgium
Bachelor in ingenieurswetenschappen, oriëntatie civieltechniek
Bachelor in de wiskundige wetenschappen
Bachelor in de fysische wetenschappen
Access based on application
Foreign Bachelors
Bachelor in Business Engineering
Bachelor in Engineering
Bachelor in Mathematics
Bachelor in Physics
Access based on application

Non university Bachelors

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Holders of a 2nd cycle University degree

Diploma Special Requirements Access Remarks
"Licenciés"
"Licenciés" in Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics Direct access
Masters
Master in Business engineering
Master in Biomedical Engineering
Master in Chemical and Materials Engineering
Master in Civil Engineering
Master in Computer Science and Engineering
Master in Electrical Engineering
Master in Electro-mechanical Engineering
Master in Mathematical Engineering
Master in Mechanical Engineering
Master in Physical Engineering
Master in Mathematics
Master in Physics
Master in Statistics
Direct access
Master in Management
Master in Economics
Master in Computer Science
Direct access if they have completed the Minor in Statistics, Actuarial Sciences and Data Sciences. - In some cases, the UCLouvain Enrolment Office, after reviewing your online enrolment or re-enrolment application, will ask you to provide an enrolment authorisation from your faculty/school.

Holders of a non-University 2nd cycle degree

Access based on validation of professional experience

> It is possible, under certain conditions, to use one's personal and professional experience to enter a university course without having the required qualifications. However, validation of prior experience does not automatically apply to all courses. Find out more about Validation of priori experience.

Entry to all Masters (with the exception of Advanced Masters) can be gained through the special procedure for accrediting prior learning and experience known as VAE (validation des acquis de l'expérience).

Access based on application

Admission on the basis of a submitted dossier may be granted either directly or on the condition of completing additional coursework of a maximum of 60 ECTS credits, or refused.

Foreign students who have completed a university education (minimum 3 years) with strong quantitative connotation and who have obtained at least 60% (or 12/20) of average for all successful university years in their home university, without the slightest failure in mathematics courses, calculation of probabilities and statistics, and with an average grade (70% or 14/20) in these disciplines during their previous course have the possibility to apply for admission to the program of the Master in Actuarial Science (120 ECTS).

Moreover students who wish to be admitted on the basis of a dossier are invited to consult the criteria for the evaluation of application.

Admission and Enrolment Procedures for general registration

Students must draw up their individual programmes and submits it to the Jury who is responsible for accrediting prior learning and experience.