Mobility and/or Internationalisation outlook

Double degree with the University of Ottawa

A double degree programme in collaboration with the University of Ottawa is offered to students who choose English and French as their major languages. Students admitted to this program (selection procedure) carry out their first year of master at UCLouvain and the second year at uOttawa (courses and internship). At the end of the programme, these students obtain two diplomas:

(1) the Master [120] in Multilingual Communication from UCLouvain and 
(2) the Master of Arts Communication from uOttawa.

For more information, please refer to the pages devoted to the double degree programme on the Faculty's website: 
Detailed presentation of the program, selection procedure and possibility of scholarship.


International Mobility

Students pursuing a Master [120] in Multilingual Communication may, as part of their studies, undertake:

  • a study visit for one term (30 credits) in one of the many universities with which the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters has concluded partnership agreements, in Europe under the Erasmus+ programme, in Switzerland under the SEMP programme, or elsewhere in the world under the FAME/Mercator programme, or

  • a study visit for one term (30 credits) in one of the partner universities in Flanders, under the Erasmus Belgica programme.

The study visit must take place during the first term of the second year.

The list of recommended destinations for MULT students is available on the pages dedicated to mobility on the Faculty's website. 

MULT students must complete a three-month full-time internship in a company in Belgium or abroad (the language of the internship is one of the two major languages studied). 

It is possible to benefit from an Erasmus +, Belgica or FAME / Mercator internship grant depending on the internship location.
The internship preferably takes place in the second term of the second year. 
The study visit can be combined with an internship abroad.

When the exchange takes place at KU Leuven, the student chooses 6 courses of 5 credits listed in the "Bedrijfscommunicatie". Three of them will be recognized as part of the Dutch courses of the professional focus. 

To find out more: