There is a strong European tendency to move from prescriptive towards performance-based fire safety designs. This goes hand in hand with a strong need for advanced knowledge in the multidisciplinary field of Fire Safety Engineering (FSE). Students who take on our Master’s programme will be well-prepared for professional activities within this evolving field of FSE.
Admission to Adapted 'Bridging Programmes' for Holders of a Related Master's Degree
programme new structure
Master in de industriële wetenschappen: bouwkunde
Master in de industriële wetenschappen: chemie
Master in de industriële wetenschappen: elektromechanica
Master in de industriële wetenschappen: elektrotechniek
Master in de industriële wetenschappen: energie
Master of Chemical Engineering Technology
Master of Electromechanical Engineering Technology
programme old structure
Industrieel ingenieur in bouwkunde
Industrieel ingenieur in chemie
Industrieel ingenieur in elektromechanica
Admission for Students holding a Non-Flemish Degree
Bachelors or Masters in: architecture, civil engineering, electrical engineering, electromechanical engineering, chemical engineering, engineering physics, materials science, urbanism and spatial planning.
Other degrees on the basis of a study of individual skills (e.g. fire safety consultants, fire prevention officers, fire brigade officers, building designers, building services engineers, architectural practitioners).
Flexible trajectories refers to alternative ways of following our courses. It might mean that a course can be spread in time as to allow the combination of work and studying, or that students with special needs get the support they need to allow a succesful study career.