Joint Master degrees organized with the Master degree in Architecture Engineering are fully taught in French.
Joint Master degrees organized with the Master degree in Civil Engineering and with Geology and Mining Engineering are bilingual French/English. Practically, the course is taught in English with lecture notes and references in French or the other way round. This solution was designed in such a way that any student with French or English as a mother language and a passive knowledge of the other language be able to fully understand and follow the classes.
Students who obtained a bachelor or a master degree outside Belgium are required to introduce an admission file in order to register to one of our Master or Complementary Master programmes. The file will be submitted to a jury, which will make a decision. If the decision is favorable, you will receive an authorization to register.
The information regarding the appication file can be obtained from the following sites:
Deadlines for introducing admission applications is fixed at the end of April. Please consider that the processing of these files may last for some weeks, so the point of starting the process well in advance as a letter of admission may be required for obtaining your student's Visa.
The person in charge of Admissions for ArGEnCo department is Stephanie Collard. It is always advisable to contact the President of the Jury of the Master or Complementary Master you wish to apply for, before introducing an admission file. Hereafter you wil find the coordinates of the contact person for each of our master degrees.
|Architectural Engineering||Prof. Pierre Leclercq|
|Geology and Mining Engineering||Prof. Alain Dassargues|
|Civil Engineering||Prof. Luc Courard|
|Advanced Master in Urban and Regional Planning||Prof. Sigrid Reiter|
|Advanced Master in Transportation Management||Prof. Mario Cools|
|Advanced Master in Naval Architecture||Prof. Philippe Rigo|
|Advanced Master in Water Resources||Prof. Alain Dassargues|
|Advanced Master in Heritage Conservation and Restoration||Prof. Pierre Paquet|
|Advanced Master in Ship Design (EMSHIP)||Prof. Philippe Rigo|
|Master in Georesources Engineering (EMerald)||Rosalia Fiorentino|
|Sustainable Constructions Under Natural Hazards and Catastrophic Events (SUSCOS)||Prof. Jean-Pierre Jaspart|
After having received by letter your authorization to register, you can appear in person at the office of the Registration Service, from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 13:30 to 16:00. Generally at this stage you will have to provide the originals of your file.
University of Liege proposes a university residence for students. For long-term students it is usually advisable to search for a private accommodation in Liege city center. ArGEnCo is mainly based on the Sart-Tilman campus site, which is easily reachable from Liege city center where you can find a series of student's rooms. You may find on this page further information about accomodation provided by the University as well as third parties.
Some suggestions for possible scholarship applications are listed below :
The department currently organizes three Joint Master degrees:
The contact person for all questions related to foreign students is Nadia Elgara. You are invited to contact her in order to prepare your stay in our Department. Prof. Vincent Denoel is in charge of joint master degrees and Erasmus exchanges.