- Master of Science in Engineering: architecture
- Master of Science in Architecture
- Master of Science in Landscape Architecture
- Master of Science in Spatial Planning
- Master of Science in Urban Planning / Design
- Master of Science in Human Settlements
Applicants should fulfil the following formal requirements:
- Be a graduate (with minimum 5 years of university education) in Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Urban or Physical Planning with a good academic record (normal level of 70 %, of GPA 2.8/3.0, second class upper). The relevance of the academic record will be compared for each university and/or country of origin.
- Have a good command of English, certified by a score on al language test (e.g. TOEFL/IELTS) indicating a C-1 level on the Common European Framework of the Council of Europe (www.culture2.coe.int/portfolio). Further information about language requirements is available on our web pages at www.kuleuven.be/english/admission/language.htm. Candidates who can prove that their entire university education was taken in English (for example in a Commonwealth country) can be exempted from this requirement.
- Submit a letter of motivation and a portfolio which clearly demonstrate their sound professional intentions and relevant experience.
- Applicants with some years of relevant professional experience will be preferred.
Admission is given by the programme director.
Master of Urbanism and Strategic Planning (120 ECTS) Master of Science
All subgroups are compulsory.
All courses are compulsory.
12 ECTS Studio Concepts and Analysis H02L0A staff 4 ECTS Theory and Practice of Urbanism since 1945 H02L4A staff 4 ECTS Relevant Practice & Introduction to Research Methods & Study Trip H02L8A staff 6 ECTS Strategic Spatial Planning H02N1A staff
4 ECTS Relevant Practice and Study Trip H02N3B staff 12 ECTS Studio Urban Design and Planning H03Z6A staff
4 ECTS Project Development and Management H02O3A staff 4 ECTS Landscape Architecture H03N1A staff 6 ECTS Urban Design Strategies H02N9A staff
Students have to choose one of both options.
Students have to choose courses from the list below up to at least 120 credits.