Specialised Masters are 60 or 120 credit courses that allow you to specialize in a very specific field after your Msc in Engineering.

Master Big Data

Data Science, Big Data

This one-year master's degree aims to train in technological methods and tools for processing, analyzing and extracting knowledge from massive databases.

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Master en urbanisme

Sustainable Urban Design and Regional Planning

This one-year master's degree aims to train professionals and researchers to become highly qualified urban planners.

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Master Génie nucléaire

Nuclear Engineering

This one-year master's program, organized with the Belgian Nuclear Higher Education Network, provides students with the scientific and technical background needed to develop a high-level nuclear career in Belgium and abroad.

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CyberSecurity

This two-years master's degree trains students who will act as professionals in information security, security management, and security engineering in the many branches of the IT industry. 
 

Master en nanotechnologie

Nanotechnology (in French only!)

This one-year Master's degree offers in-depth training in the field of nanosciences and nanotechnologies and allows students to specialise in one of the following fields: nanophysics, nanochemistry, nanoelectronics, nanomaterials or nanobiotechnologies.

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Sauvegarde du partimoine culturel immobilier

Heritage, conservation and restoration (in French only !)

This two-year Master's programme aims to develop the skills of reflection and conceptualisation prior to interventions on the whole of the architectural, urban, rural or landscape heritage. It also takes into account the sociological and prospective analysis of heritage, both in the cultural and economic aspects of integrated conservation.

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Updated on September 6, 2021