The Department of Environmental sciences and management offers multidisciplinary Master's and Specialised master's level education. It trains professionals capable of supervising and leading teams, both in research and in the socio-economic environment.

iconeAttention   All our programmes are taught in French only.

MASTERS


Environmental sciences and management (120 credits)

The Master in Environmental sciences and management is organised for holders of a bachelor's degree.

During the first year, you assimilate the subject material to get prepared for the second year. When starting the second year, you have to choose one of the five following options :

  • Renewable energies and sustainable buildings (international mobility required at the University of Luxembourg)
  • Water resources management
  • Interfaces communities - environments
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Developing countries (international mobility possible at the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec)

The options allow you to acquire a high level of specialisation. Seminars, practical exercises, laboratory work and internships ensure a concrete learning of the environmental issues.

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Environmental sciences and management (60 credits)

The 60-credit Master in Environmental sciences and management is organised for holders of a master's degree in another field and for young professionals who wish to specialise in the environmental issues management or enhance their professional experience in this field.

You have to choose one of the five following options  :

  • Renewable energies and sustainable buildings
  • Water resources management
  • Interfaces communities - environments
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Developing countries

This fast-paced programme focuses on the acquisition of highly specialised knowledge and skills. The entire training takes place in Arlon.

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Agroecology (120 credits)

Agroecology is a new field of higher education in Belgium. The master is jointly organised by three universities, it is therefore a mandatory mobility programme in Belgium (Gembloux, Arlon and Brussels) and France (Paris). This master's degree trains students to assist the ecological transition of food production systems in both European and tropical contexts.

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Specialised masters


The access to specialised masters is reserved to second cycle graduates (master's degree holders).

The Department of Environmental Sciences and Management offers 4 specialised masters :

Contact
Academic service

info.acad@uliege.be

Monday to Friday :

free access from 8:30am to 12:30pm and by appointment only during the afternoon

Secretariat : Fabienne ANDRE

Academic affairs : Nathalie SEMAL

International mobility : Françoise DASNOY

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