The Department of Environmental Sciences and Management makes the opening up to the world a priority. Many of our programmes encourage international mobility and attract students from all over the world.

mobilite internationale

About 25 nationalities coexist on the campus. Many international students are enrolled in various programmes and the numerous exchanges of students, teachers and researchers in the context of European and international networks (Erasmus+ and Erasmus Mundus exchanges, partnerships with universities in Canada, Brazil, Viet Nam, etc.) bear witness to the importance of international mobility on the campus. The Department also hosts international interns and actively works to develop and carry on partnerships with academic institutions in developing countries as well as emerging and developed countries.

Outgoing mobility for ULiège students

Double degree programmes

Two options of the Master in Environmental sciences and management (120 credits) allow you to be graduated from both the University of Liège and the partner university :

  • Renewable energies and sustainable buildings

Mobility is mandatory for this programme organised in double graduation with the University of Luxembourg. When the programme is completed, you receive the following degrees : a Master's degree in Environmental sciences and management - Renewable energies and sustainable buildings (University of Liège) and a Master's degree in Sustainable development - Energy and Environment (University of Luxembourg).

  • Developing countries

This programme can be followed entirely at the University of Liège or in double graduation with the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec. If you choose the double degree programme, you obtain the following 2 degrees : a Master's degree in Environmental sciences and management - Developing countries (University of Liège) and a Master's degree in Environment (University of Sherbrooke).

Erasmus+ stays

In agreement with the Study Council, students who would like to study abroad can study in a partner university for a semester in the context of the Erasmus+ programme.

The Greater Region university

The Greater Region University (UniGR) is a cross-border network which brings together 6 universities in Belgium (University of Liège), France (University of Lorraine), Luxembourg (University of Luxembourg) and Germany (Kaiserslautern University, Saarland University and Trier University) and a total of 135,000 students. It develops cross-border education programmes and offers support opportunities to encourage student mobility in the Greater Region.


Read more about outgoing mobility

Read more about mobility grants


Incoming mobility

Specialised Masters for the development cooperation

Students from developing countries have access to 2 specialised masters degrees coordinated by the Department of Environmental sciences and management :

You can submit an application for a master's degree at ARES-CCD to get a financial aid.

read more about development cooperation at Uliège

Exchange students (séjours Erasmus+ et Erasmus Mundus)

Would you like to spend a study period or an internship at the Department of Environmental sciences and management of the University of Liège? Several programmes are opened to exchange students. Be aware of the classes scheduling and during what semester they take place (the first semester goes from September to January and the second one from February to June).

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Are you a belgian student who would like to mentor an international student? Are you an international student who arrives at the University of Liège and wishes to have a mentor ? The University of Liège offers a mentoring programme for international students.

become a mentor

having a mentor

Foreign PhD candidates and interns

The University of Liège allows you to join the university as an exchange student if you are a student or a doctoral student from a foreign university who wish to do a practical internship or research internship at the University of Liège.

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iconeInfo Students, doctoral students and researchers who want to learn French or improve their knowledge of English can visit the page Learn French / English and the page Language skills.


Academic service

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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