The courses and practical work are given in English.
Since the foundation of the BNEN consortium (Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network), which has been in charge of the organisation of this program, the international dimension has been provided by student exchanges, as well as by the offer of three courses especially adapted to exchanges within the European Interuniversity Association ENEN (European Nuclear Education Network - http://www.enen-assoc.org/). Students have the possibility of following part of their course in another university of this association. If they have acquired 20 credits in this context, the ENEN association will award the certificate "European Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering". Some of these mobility exchanges can be financed within the Erasmus program.