Accessible specialised Master’s degrees
The Master’s degree in nanotechnology and the Master’s degree in nuclear engineering are natural extensions of the programme.
Accessible doctoral degrees
The Master’s degree programme in chemistry and materials engineering also prepares students for doctoral programmes. Programme professors are members of doctoral programmes such as CHIM (molecular, supramolecular and functional chemistry), MAIN (materials, interfaces and nanotechnologies) and GEPROC (process engineering). These programmes are suitable for students who would like to continue their studies at the doctoral level.
UCL Master’s degrees (about 60) are accessible to UCL Master’s degree holders
- The Master’s degree (120) in sciences and environmental management and the Master’s degree (60) in sciences and environmental management (automatic admission with possible complementary coursework)
- Different Master’s degree programmes in management (automatic admission based on written application): see this list
- The Master’s degree (60) in information and communication at Louvain-la-Neuve or the Master’s degree (60) in information and communication at Mons