Each year, the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) offers a number of International Lhoist Berghmans Master Scholarship. This scholarship is available for students from any national. He or she must be planning to undertake master degree in Engineering studies. The winning students will receive 10.000€ for both years of master. Application will be accepted through 15 April each year.
The International Lhoist Berghmans Master Scholarship is a scholarship to encourage bright engineering students from all over the world to come and read for their master in Engineering at the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL). There are four domains targeted: Mechanical Engineering, Electro-Mechanical Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering, and Civil Engineering .
The total amount of the scholarship is €10.000 that covers tuition fees for both years (estimated between €5,010 and €1,670 depending on the nationality of the applicant) and the remaining funds of the scholarship is a contribution to living expenses. Five awards will be given each year.
Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electro-Mechanical Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering, and Civil Engineering.
Place of Study
At the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Open to students who have successfully obtained their bachelor degree in Engineering from a university abroad with a major in one of the four domains described above.
- Candidates should have solid bases in applied mathematics, chemistry, mathematics, and physics
- Minimum GPA of 3.4/4, equivalent to 85%
- Should English not be the student’s mother tongue, the following Internet-based TOEFL or IELTS requirements must be satisfied:TOEFL iBT: overall score of 85 or higher, with no subscore below 20; or IELTS: overall score of 6.5, with no subscore below 6.0
- Proficiency in French is an asset
There is no nationality restriction.
Please see the detail instruction of the application procedure at the website and application link below.
15 April on annual basis.