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  Master of Materials Engineering (Leuven)


KU Leuven    Faculty of Engineering Science

Full time & Part time September MSc 120 ECTS (2 years)
Engineering (12) Materials Science (24)

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Unleash your potential with the Master of Materials Engineering at KU Leuven. Dive into a world where materials shape our future, from smartphones to aircraft. This programme equips you to lead the way in materials solutions, whether as a researcher or production engineer. Explore materials properties, processing optimization, and product evaluation through a blend of theory and hands-on experience. Engage with industrial partners through internships and projects, gaining valuable insights and skills. The programme's structure offers flexibility with various elective packages catering to different career paths. Benefit from a truly international environment, collaborating with a diverse community of students and experts. With a strong focus on sustainable choices and cutting-edge research projects, you'll emerge ready to design innovative materials for a better world. Join KU Leuven, a top-ranking university with a rich history of excellence in education and research. Take the first step towards a rewarding career in materials engineering.

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The Master of Materials Engineering recognizes that materials change the world. Each engineering design needs to be ‘materialised’: smart phones, implants, solar cells, aircrafts, cars, bridges, all of it. Materials are at the heart of our quality of life and economic welfare, and that will increasingly be the case in the future, with an increased need to use resources wisely and contribute to a sustainable

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