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    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Civil Engineering ABROAD?

    Exchange coordinator Prof. dr. Lincy Pyl

    Let's get started!

    To start your journey, have a look at the steps and destinations (below and under "Engineering all study domains") and more information on the programme regulations. In case you would still have any questions, don't hesitate to contact your exchange coordinator: Prof. dr. Lincy Pyl.

    When?

    Civil Engineering students can go on exchange during MA2 (1st semester or entire academic year) or do an internship for 6 and 10 ECTS.

    Application for the exchange happens during the first semester of the academic year prior to the intended exchange period.

    Who?

    Following conditions must be met in order to be accepted for an international exchange:

    1. The student needs to have obtained his/her bachelor degree before leaving. When the student has to take an exam in second session, the definitive approval will be given after the deliberation in second session.
    2. The student has to have obtained a weighted average of at least 65% (on the moment of application, BA1 not taken into account).

    How?

    • Contact your Exchange Coordinator Prof. dr. Lincy Pyl (+ TIME coordinator when necessary) before 1st semester of academic year prior to the intended exchange period and indicate favorite foreign destination (see list below + the list under "Engineering all study domains") + hand in first overview of study results.
    • Afterwards, the student and exchange coordinator will make a proposal for a Learning Agreement (LA) (study units VUB versus study units foreign host university).
    • The student sends his/her final choice(s) and LA to the exchange coordinator before March 1st.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Electromechanical Engineering ABROAD?

    Exchange coordinator Prof. dr. Philippe Lataire

    Let's get started!

    To start your journey, have a look at the steps and destinations (below and under "Engineering all study domains") and more information on the programme regulations. In case you would still have any questions, don't hesitate to contact your exchange coordinator: Prof. dr. Philippe Lataire.

    When?

    Electromechanical Engineering students can go on exchange during MA2 (1st semester or entire academic year) or do an internship for 6 and 10 ECTS.

    Application for the exchange happens during the first semester of the academic year prior to the intended exchange period.

    Who?

    Following conditions must be met in order to be accepted for an international exchange:

    1. The student needs to have obtained his/her bachelor degree before leaving. When the student has to take an exam in second session, the definitive approval will be given after the deliberation in second session.
    2. The student has to have obtained a weighted average of at least 65% (on the moment of application, BA1 not taken into account).

    How?

    • Contact your Exchange Coordinator Prof. dr. Philippe Lataire (+ TIME coordinator when necessary) before 1st semester of academic year prior to the intended exchange period and indicate favorite foreign destination (see list below + the list under "Engineering all study domains") + hand in first overview of study results.
    • Afterwards, the student and exchange coordinator will make a proposal for a Learning Agreement (LA) (study units VUB versus study units foreign host university).
    • The student sends his/her final choice(s) and LA to the exchange coordinator before March 1st.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Chemical Engineering ABROAD?

    Exchange coordinator Prof. dr. Annick Hubin

    Let's get started!

    To start your journey, have a look at the steps and destinations found under "Engineering all study domains" and more information on the programme regulations. In case you would still have any questions, don't hesitate to contact your exchange coordinator: Prof. dr. Annick Hubin.

    When?

    Chemical Engineering students can go on exchange during MA2 (1st semester or entire academic year) or do an internship for 6 and 10 ECTS.

    Application for the exchange happens during the first semester of the academic year prior to the intended exchange period.

    Who?

    Following conditions must be met in order to be accepted for an international exchange:

    1. The student needs to have obtained his/her bachelor degree before leaving. When the student has to take an exam in second session, the definitive approval will be given after the deliberation in second session.
    2. The student has to have obtained a weighted average of at least 65% (on the moment of application, BA1 not taken into account).

    How?

    • Contact your Exchange Coordinator Prof. dr. Annick Hubin (+ TIME coordinator when necessary) before 1st semester of academic year prior to the intended exchange period and indicate favorite foreign destination (see the list under "Engineering all study domains") + hand in first overview of study results.
    • Afterwards, the student and exchange coordinator will make a proposal for a Learning Agreement (LA) (study units VUB versus study units foreign host university).
    • The student sends his/her final choice(s) and LA to the exchange coordinator before March 1st.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Photonics ABROAD?

    Exchange coordinator Prof. dr. Heidi Ottevaere

    Let's get started!

    To start your journey, have a look at the steps and destinations (below and under "Engineering all study domains") and more information on the programme regulations. In case you would still have any questions, don't hesitate to contact your exchange coordinator: Prof. dr. Heidi Ottevaere.

    When?

    Photonics students can go on exchange during MA2 (entire academic year or one of both semesters) or do an internship for 10 ECTS.

    Application for the exchange happens during the first semester of the academic year prior to the intended exchange period.

    Who?

    Following conditions must be met in order to be accepted for an international exchange:

    1. The student needs to have obtained his/her bachelor degree before leaving. When the student has to take an exam in second session, the definitive approval will be given after the deliberation in second session.
    2. The student has to have obtained a weighted average of at least 65% (on the moment of application, BA1 not taken into account).

    How?

    • Contact your Exchange Coordinator Prof. dr. Heidi Ottevaere (+ TIME coordinator when necessary) before 1st semester of academic year prior to the intended exchange period and indicate favorite foreign destination (see list below and the list under “Engineering all study domains”) + hand in first overview of study results.
    • Afterwards, the student and exchange coordinator will make a proposal for a Learning Agreement (LA) (study units VUB versus study units foreign host university).
    • The student sends his/her final choice(s) and LA to the exchange coordinator before March 1st.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Industrial Engineering ABROAD?

    Exchange coordinator Prof. dr. Kris Steenhaut

    Let's get started!

    To start your journey, have a look at the steps and destinations (below and under "Engineering all study domains"). In case you would still have any questions, don't hesitate to contact your exchange coordinator: Prof. dr. Kris Steenhaut.

    When?

    Industrial Engineering students can go on exchange during MA1 (2nd semester).

    Application for the exchange happens during the first semester of the academic year prior to the intended exchange period.

    Who?

    Following conditions must be met in order to be accepted for an international exchange:

    1. The student needs to have obtained his/her bachelor degree before leaving. When the student has to take an exam in second session, the definitive approval will be given after the deliberation in second session.
    2. The student has to have obtained a weighted average of at least 65% (on the moment of application, BA1 not taken into account).

    How?

    • Contact your Exchange Coordinator Prof. dr. Kris Steenhaut (+ TIME coordinator when necessary) before 1st semester of academic year prior to the intended exchange period and indicate favorite foreign destination (see list below and the list under “Engineering all study domains”) + hand in first overview of study results.
    • Afterwards, the student and exchange coordinator will make a proposal for a Learning Agreement (LA) (study units VUB versus study units foreign host university).
    • The student sends his/her final choice(s) and LA to the exchange coordinator before March 1st.