Possible training at the end of the bachelor programme
Access to the master's of Engineering Sciences - Engineering
The bachelor's programme in Engineering entitles direct access to the master's programme in Engineering, in the orientation corresponding to the major followed. In most cases, access to the master's of Engineering, in the orientation corresponding to the minor in Polytechnics, is also direct and without the need for any prerequisites.
After having accumulated 120 credits spread over 2 years, the student will obtain the title of Master of Engineering Sciences, which is conferred jointly with the professional title of Engineer.
UCL offers eight different orientations for theses studies : - Engineer in Chemistry and Material Sciences - Engineer in Physics - Engineer in Electricity - Engineer in Electro-mechanics - Engineer in Mechanics - Engineer in Computing - Engineer in Applied Mathematics - Civil Engineer.
Mobility in the Faculty of Applied Sciences is equally a major attraction in the context of these studies. This usually takes place during the 4th or 5th year, i.e. during the master's studies. The students are therefore strongly encouraged to do everything possible to widen their communication skills and their knowledge of languages.
In fact, after being awarded the degree title " Bachelor in Engineering Sciences : Engineering " by UCL, the student will also have access to the existing master's (i.e. from the 4th and 5th years on) within the CLUSTER network - Consortium Linking Universities of Science and Technology for Education and Research, of which the Faculty is a member. Furthermore, UCL students benefit from the same access conditions as the bachelor students from these institutions. This European network groups together : UPC - Barcelona / TU-Darmstadt / TU-Eindhoven / INPG-Grenoble / Uni-Karlsruhe / EPFL-Lausanne / Imperial College London / KTH-Stockholm / Politecnico di Torino / UCL-FSA-Louvain-la-Neuve.
In the context of the master's studies in Engineering Sciences at UCL, the student is also entitled access to the ensemble of the Erasmus/Socrates exchange programmes which UCL has subscribed to together with universities from numerous European or extra-European countries, as well as the Catholic University of Leuven (KUL).
| 23/10/2008 |