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Bachelor in Engineering Sciences

Bachelor in Engineering Sciences

In order to access the Bachelor in Engineering (Civil Engineering or Architecture), students must have a certificate showing they have passed the special admission exam for this programme.

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    • Programme title
      Bachelor in Engineering Sciences
    • Programme mnemonic
    • Programme organised by
      • Brussels School of Engineering
      • Université de Mons
    • Degree type
    • Tier
      1th cycle
    • Field and branch of study
      Sciences and technics/Engineering sciences
    • Schedule type
    • Languages of instruction
    • Theoretical programme duration
      3 years
    • Campus
      Charleroi Ville Haute/Solbosch
    • Category / Topic
      Sciences and technics - Sciences and technics
    • Jury President
      Philippe BOGAERTS (Bruxelles), (Charleroi)
    • Jury Secretary
      Michel KINNAERT (Bruxelles), (Charleroi)


    General information

    Degree type


    Theoretical programme duration

    3 years

    Learning language(s)


    Schedule type



    Charleroi Ville Haute/Solbosch

    Category(ies) - Topic(s)

    Sciences and technics - Sciences and technics

    Organising faculty(s) and university(ies)

    Succeed in your studies

    ULB offers a number of activities and resources that can help you develop a successful strategy before or during your studies.

    You can make the transition to higher education easier by attending preparatory courses, summer classes, and information and orientation sessions, even before you start your studies at ULB.

    During your studies, many people at ULB are there specifically to help you succeed: support staff in each faculty, (inter-)faculty guidance counsellors, tutors, and experts in academic methodology.


    Fulfill your ambitions by gaining a grounding in the different aspects of engineering: creating, designing, producing, optimising, securing. You will develop skills ranging from scientific rigour to practical work. You will learn both know-how and interpersonal skills.

    As from the first block, teaching methodologies range from classical courses to projects, including exercise and laboratory sessions.

    A « multitechnical » approach that enables you to gain an insight into all the theoretical and applied aspects of this field.

    A very comprehensive course with a particular focus on individual study and with lectures only making up one element of the course.

    It is basically the most general BA course in the French-speaking Region of Belgium

    For most courses you will have at your disposal:

    • a specialist laboratory.

    • the different faculty libraries as well as the university central libraries, especially the scientific and technical library.

    • computer rooms.

    The Erasmus exchange programme usually takes place during the master’s course. However, there are bilateral agreements (double degree agreements) enabling you to study abroad from the 3rd block of the bachelor’s course to the end of the 1st block of the master’s course.

    Some of the subsequent masters in engineering are organised jointly with VUB in English

    Access conditions


    What's next ?


    If you go on to do a Master in Civil Engineering, you will be able to work in the following areas:

    • Corporate engineer

    • Consultant engineer

    • Research engineer

    • Production engineer

    • Engineer in a technical consultancy department.

    You could also do research in applied sciences: constructions, chemistry, science of materials, physics, electricity, mechanics, information technologies, biomedical sciences