Master of Welding Engineering
Due to the increasing complexity of industrial production processes of welding technology, and the growing number of rules and regulations governing them, the Master of Welding Engineering covers all relative areas and prepares the student with experience and solid skills.
The Master of Welding Engineering (Sint-Katelijne-Waver) will prepare the student to carry out a wide range of vital duties within the field, learning many of the foundational skills to research, design, produce, maintain, and asses quality welding.
This advanced masterprogramme is the ideal stepping-stone to a high-level job within the industry and enables the student to solve problems and work efficiently and safely.
The programme is indispensable and obligatory for engineers seeking to work as Responsible Welding Coordinators. Engineers interested in R&D, quality, design, production, maintenance and particularly welding metallurgy will find the programme instructive and comprehensive.
The current tuition fee is € 938.80 for EEA students and € 6,000 for non-EEA students. The tuition fee for the 2020-2021 academic year will be determined in the spring of 2020. Please consult the website for the most recent information: kuleuven.be/tuitionfees.
Leuven offers a wide range of housing opportunities at reasonable prices. Most students choose to rent a room (‘kot’ in Dutch) in a privately-owned student house with shared common spaces and facilities. If you need any help with this, the KU Leuven Housing Service can offer some assistance. The university owns and manages a number of student residences and a limited number of rooms in these residences is reserved for international students with specific scholarships.
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