Master of Safety Engineering (Leuven) (60 ECTS) Master of Science

 

2021-2022

Qualification requirements
- Holders of an academic Master degree in Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry), a Master degree in Engineering Science (including Architecture), a Master degree in Engineering Technology, a Master degree in Bioscience Engineering, or a Master degree in Nautical Sciences are admitted to the programme.
- Others may be admitted based on a review of their academic curriculum and professional experience, but a minimum of a 4-year academic bachelor degree is required.

Language requirements (non KU Leuven-students)
- Candidates should have a good oral and written command of English, and (except for native speakers) are required to demonstrate their proficiency when applying to the programme (e.g. by way of an informal interview, or more formally by submitting results of a recognised English language test such as TOEFL (PB 550, CB 213, IB 80), IELTS (6.5) or other equivalent).
- Candidates choosing the option 'Prevention' are required to have a good knowledge of oral and written Dutch.

Tuition fees
The tuition fee for participants admitted to the programme on a one-year full-time basis amounts to 6000 Euro.
Participants who are not active professionally and are applying to the programme no later than two years after obtaining a Master degree, pay a reduced tuition fee of 1750 Euro.

More information
For more information, also about the practical aspects of the application procedure, please click here.

All applications are evaluated by both KU Leuven admissions office and the relevant Master programme director. Admission is ultimately at the discretion of the faculty. GRE scores assist application processing and are strongly recommended. Please contact ETS requesting an original score card be forwarded to us using the following Institutional Code: 0749.

2020-2021

Qualification requirements
- Holders of an academic Master degree in Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry), a Master degree in Engineering Science (including Architecture), a Master degree in Engineering Technology, a Master degree in Bioscience Engineering, or a Master degree in Nautical Sciences are admitted to the programme.
- Others may be admitted based on a review of their academic curriculum and professional experience, but a minimum of a 4-year academic bachelor degree is required.

Language requirements (non KU Leuven-students)
- Candidates should have a good oral and written command of English, and (except for native speakers) are required to demonstrate their proficiency when applying to the programme (e.g. by way of an informal interview, or more formally by submitting results of a recognised English language test such as TOEFL (PB 550, CB 213, IB 80), IELTS (6.5) or other equivalent).
- Candidates choosing the option 'Prevention' are required to have a good knowledge of oral and written Dutch.

Tuition fees
The tuition fee for participants admitted to the programme on a one-year full-time basis amounts to 6000 Euro.
Participants who are not active professionally and are applying to the programme no later than two years after obtaining a Master degree, pay a reduced tuition fee of 1750 Euro.

More information
For more information, also about the practical aspects of the application procedure, please click here.

All applications are evaluated by both KU Leuven admissions office and the relevant Master programme director. Admission is ultimately at the discretion of the faculty. GRE scores assist application processing and are strongly recommended. Please contact ETS requesting an original score card be forwarded to us using the following Institutional Code: 0749.

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