Our Master Programs

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Our Faculties

Faculty of Sciences, ULB

The Faculty of Sciences of the Université Libre de Bruxelles has eight departments: mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology of organisms, molecular biology, informatics, Brussels School of Bioengineering, geosciences-environmental-society. It also includes a department for the dissemination of ULB sciences.

Researchers associated with the Faculty of Sciences have received numerous awards, reflecting a long tradition of excellence. These include two Nobel Prizes (François Englert, physics, 2013, and Ilya Prigogine, chemistry, 1977), a Fields Medal (Pierre Deligne, mathematics, 1978), 14 Francqui Prizes, 3 Wolf Prizes, and many others...

In summary, the Faculty of Science is:

  • 4500 students
  • 500 researchers
  • 8 bachelors
  • 21 masters
  • Internationally renowned research areas
  • Effective educational programmes based on its research strengths

Faculty of Pharmacy, ULB

The Faculty of Pharmacy of the Université Libre de Bruxelles is involved in education and research in the fields of biomedicine and pharmaceutical sciences.

In summary, the Faculty of Pharmacy is:

  • Around 600 students in 1 bachelor and 5 masters.
  • About 50 doctoral students
  • More than 60 researchers.
  • A strong focus on industry in the curriculum through professional internships

Faculty of Medecine, ULB

The Faculty of Medecine of the Université Libre de Bruxelles is involved in education and research in the fields of medicine, veterinary medicine, dental sciences and biomedical sciences.

In summary, the Faculty of Medecine is:

  • 4 bachelor's degrees, 84 master's degrees and specialised master's degrees

Faculty of Sciences and Bioengineering Sciences, VUB

The Faculty of Sciences and Bioengineering Sciences of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel has 7 departments: bioengineering, biology, chemistry, computer science, geography, mathematics and physics. Although the VUB is a relatively young university, the quality of its education and research has already produced alumni who have made major contributions to science. Alumni from the Faculty of Science and Bioengineering include:

  • Jean Bourgain is a mathematician who has done groundbreaking research in various areas of mathematics such as analytic number theory and partial differential equations. He has received numerous awards for his work such as the Fields Medal, and more recently the Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics and the Steele Prize for Lifetime Achievement.
  • Ingrid Daubechies is best known for her pioneering work on wavelets for image compression, resulting in the (best known) JPEG2000 standard for storing images. She has received several awards such as the Steele Prize for Seminal Research, and honorary doctorates from universities such as Oxford University, UK.
  • Pattie Maes is an expert in the fields of human-computer interaction, intelligent interfaces and pervasive computing, and is currently a professor at MIT.

In summary, the Faculty of Sciences and Bioengineering Sciences is:

  • Around 1200 students in 7 bachelors and 23 master degrees.
  • Over 350 PhD candidates in 7 departments.
  • Around 230 students yearly who obtain a master's degree.

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