The advanced master’s programme in brewing engineering offers :
- a detailed training in the biochemistry, chemistry and microbiology of malting and brewing processes ;
- training in the practical, technological and organoleptic aspects of these two industries ;
- a dissertation-internship allowing students to learn about the brewing sector in a concrete way ;
- the possibility of earning a high-level professional qualification.
The programme includes :
- detailed training in the theory of biochemistry, chemistry and microbiology of malting and brewing processes;
- practical and technological training;
- a dissertation-internship allowing the student to work in a team in an industrial context on a problem specific to the making of malt or beer.
Advanced master of environmental science and management in developing countries
The advanced master’s programme in environmental science and management in developing countries is an interuniversity programme between the Université de Liège (ULg) and the Université catholique de Louvain’s Faculty of Bioengineering.
The programme is recognised by the French Community of Belgium’s Academy for Research and Higher Education Sustainable Development Commission (ARES-CCD), which offers scholarships to qualified students in developing countries.
Though the programme takes place at both universities, enrolling in the programme is done solely through the Université de Liège.
The Université de Liège hosts programme activities on its Arlon campus and the Université catholique de Louvain on its Louvain-la-Neuve campus.
Programme content includes :
- coursework including a final project ;
- a management tools module ;
- a choice between the two concentrations of ‘Nature and land’ or ‘Water and soil’.
Master of environmental science and management
Helping solve environmental problems and guiding choices and actions in support of sustainable development and working toward making them a reality – this requires a solid command and proper integration of the field’s scientific, technical, economic, legal, demographic and political aspects.
The objective of the interdisciplinary master’s programme in environmental science and management is to train future professionals who can :
- collaborate with all relevant actors ;
- systematically approach and sensibly manage environmental problems by integrating all necessary factors and dimensions: scientific, economic, ethical, social and technical ;
- develop a comprehensive vision of all ‘ecosystem-social system’ interactions and draw from them the necessary synergies to take action.
This master’s programme opens the way not only to environmental careers; it produces highly adaptable graduates who find employment in companies, think tanks, NGOs and associations (from regional to international), government (from local to international) and education. Their activity is primarily in the tertiary and consulting sectors, followed by the secondary sector (production and processing) and, to a lesser extent, primary industry.