The Master of Photonics combines electronics, photonics and physics into one attractive and innovative master program.
The European Master of Science in Photonics offers admission to applicants with the highest potential for graduate study and who are motivated to contribute substantially to their academic or professional fields through teaching, research, or professional practice.
All applicants need to be in possession of a bachelor degree in Electrical engineering, in Electronics and Information Technology (EIT), in (Applied) Physics, Materials Science or an equivalent of this to be directly admitted to the program. Students in their last year of such a programme will however also be considered. Students with a Master degree in these fields can apply as well.
Applicants holding a Belgian bachelor or master degree in another field of Engineering or in Sciences are welcome to join the program through a personalised prepatory program (in Dutch) at VUB.
For foreign students, the following shall be accepted as proof:
Who is exempted from submitting a proof of language proficiency?
Have a diploma of secondary education awarded by a recognised institution in the Flemish Community.
Have a diploma of higher education awarded by an recognised institution of higher education in the Flemish Community.
Have successfully completed a minimum of 1 year (60 credits), be it secondary or higher education, where the medium of instruction was English (an official certificate must be submitted).
Documents required for international students
We already ask the applicants to prepare the following documents at early stage:
* students in final year of BSc./MSc. or students who are not yet in the possession of the diploma, must submit a certificate of enrollment + certificate which specifies the graduation date.
Non-EEA candidates need to prepare the following documents (preferably in .pdf format), after the interview and confirmation of admission .
Please note hard copy authenticated documents will only be requested at the final admission.
The Selection Committee will assess all online applications.
We understand applicants are eager to plan their study program. The Selection Committee aims to inform all applicants, within 3 weeks after submission of a complete dossier, about the final outcome of the selection.
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