- Master of Science (MSc) in Computer Science
- Master of Science (MSc) in Computer Science and Engineering
- Master of Science (MSc) in Data Science and Engineering
- Master of Science (MSc) in Electrical Engineering
- Master of Science (MSc) in Physics Engineering
- Master of Science (Msc) in Biomedical Engineering
- Master of Science (MSc) in Bioinformatics and Modelling
All of these Master programmes require two years to complete, except for the MSc in Computer Science which exists in two flavours: a general MSc in Computer Science (1 year) and a specialized MSc in Computer Science (2 years).
These Master programmes are taught by internationally recognized academics in their field, within the Montefiore Institute of ULg. The Montefiore Institute was founded in 1883 as one of the very first Electrical Engineering school in Europe, and houses several advanced, state-of-the-art research laboratory facilities (e.g. Acoustic Development and Engineering Center, Production and Characterisation of Microsystems, Low Voltage Laboratory, among others).
Many of our students do their Master thesis work embedded within our research teams and these laboratory facilities, while others choose thesis topics that are in close cooperation with industry. All of our students have also the opportunity to do an internship either in industry or in a research lab abroad.
Priviledged relationships exist with companies in the nearby Liège Science Park, a high-tech economic hub, start-up companies emanating from our department, as well as the Genoproteomics Research Center (GIGA), the Medical School, the Cyclotron Research Center (CRC) and the Liège Space Research Center (CSL).
The Montefiore Institute is located within the Sart Tilman ULg campus, in a quiet and pleasant wooded area south of the vibrant city of Liège. The campus boasts student accomodation, several restaurants and cafeterias, sports facilities, two primary schools, a creche, and a University Hospital. There are several bus routes providing a direct and rapid link to the centre of Liège and the main train station, allowing many students to live in town and enjoy Liège’s joyful character and legendary nightlife to the full.
The city of Liège is located one hour east of Brussels which provides a convenient international airport, and is within a maximum 3-hour train journey from major European cities such as Paris, London, Frankfurt, Luxembourg or Maastricht, to name only a few.
A strikingly close distance south of the city lies the Ardennes, a nature lovers’ paradise.
Because study degrees are heavily subsidized by the Belgian Government, tuition fees are low compared with many other destinations.