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.
Unless explicitly mentioned, the bachelor's, master's and licentiate degrees listed in this table or on this page are to be understood as those issued by an institution of the French, Flemish or German-speaking Community, or by the Royal Military Academy.
In the event of the divergence between the different linguistic versions of the present conditions, the French version shall prevail.
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|Bachelor in Engineering||Direct access||Students who have neither major nor minor in the field of their civil engineering Master's degree may have an adapted master programme.|
|Others Bachelors of the French speaking Community of Belgium|
|Bachelor in Engineering||Direct access||Students with a Bachelor's degree in engineering sciences who have not taken the equivalent of a minor in the field of their civil engineering master degree may have an adapted master programme.|
|Bachelors of the Dutch speaking Community of Belgium|
|Bachelor in engineering||Access with additional training||Students who have no specialisation in the field of their civil enginering master degree may have an adapted master programme with up to 60 additional credits.|
|Bachelor in engineering||Bachelors degree of Cluster Institution||Direct access||Students with a Bachelor’s degree in engineering sciences who have not taken the equivalent of a minor in the field of their civil enginering master degree may have an adapted master programme.|
|Bachelor in Engineering||For others institutions||Access based on application||See personalized access|
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|Master in Engineering||Direct access|
> 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.
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.The first step of the admission procedure requires to submit an application online: https://uclouvain.be/en/study/inscriptions/futurs-etudiants.html
Admission to this Master’s via a customized curriculum is also afforded to bachelors of science (in particular mathematics and physics), bachelors in bioengineering, as well as bachelors in engineering with no major nor minor in applied mathematics, under the following conditions.
A student with no major nor minor in applied mathematics, nor a curriculum deemed equivalent, shall submit a résumé to the Applied mathematics diploma committee, who will propose a customized Master’s curriculum (drawing on the volume of elective courses, without any additional credits). The procedure mentioned in note 1 of the conditions of admission applies.
A student who is not a bachelor in engineering, shall submit a résumé to the Faculty of Applied sciences. If this application is accepted, the Faculty will propose a customized Master’s curriculum (15 additional credits and possibility part of the volume of elective courses, or else an additional year of studies). The procedure mentioned in note 2 of the conditions of admission applies.
In some cases, a student might have to follow both above-mentioned procedures (when not a bachelor in engineering and with no minor in applied mathematics). The procedures mentioned in notes 1 and 2 of the conditions of admission then apply.