European Master of Science in Nuclear Fusion and Engineering Physics

Admission (for Flemish degree students)

  1. Admission Subject to an Enquiry into the Suitability of the Holder of the Diploma
    1. programme new structure
      • Bachelor in de fysica
      • Bachelor in de fysica en de sterrenkunde
      • Bachelor in de ingenieurswetenschappen: toegepaste natuurkunde
    2. programme old structure
      • Burgerlijk natuurkundig ingenieur
  2. Upon Approval by the Faculty: Admission Subject to Passing a Preparatory Course
    1. ECTS credits to be decided upon by the Faculty
      1. programme new structure
        • Bachelor in de ingenieurswetenschappen (KMS)
        • Een diploma van 'Master in Engineering Technology'
        • Een diploma van een opleiding 'Bachelor of Science in de ingenieurswetenschappen' (met inbegrip van 'architectuur')
        • Een diploma van een opleiding 'Master of Science in de industriële wetenschappen'
      2. programme old structure
        • Een diploma van 'Industrieel Ingenieur'

Admission (for international degree students)

The minimum degree required is a Bachelor’s degree in Physics or Engineering. Specialisation in Plasma and Nuclear Physics is advised but not obligatory. Research in Plasma or Nuclear Physics is an asset. Three recommendation letters are required. If the institute you are from is well known for the quality of its research and education in plasma physics and nuclear research, this is an asset too.

Language (for Flemish degree students)

Je voldoet aan de taalvoorwaarden op basis van je Vlaams diploma.

Language (for international degree students)

More information regarding the required knowledge of English; see also information on the course website.