During the two master’s years, the student can combine his knowledge and polyvalent engineering skills, which he learned during the bachelor’s years, with a further specialization in mechanical engineering.

The general goal of this program is to create engineers whom can operate in a variety of domains, and thereby help society, and to create engineers capable to exert and manage engineering projects. This academic training has a close relation with scientific research and creates the foundation for live-long-learning.

Studying Engineering at VUB is a smart choice. The Bruface collaboration between the two largest educational institutions of engineering in Brussels, offers you the best of both worlds: an English-taught programme with no less than four possible specialisations and a highly qualified academic staff. The multidisciplinary two-year programme combines technology and strong scientific knowledge, and provides you with a large international network of companies and research facilities. There’s no better place than this internationally oriented city to kick start your career.

The Brussels Faculty of Engineering (in short “Bruface”) is an initiative of two universities located in the centre of Brussels. The Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) jointly offer a broad spectrum of fully English-taught Masters programmes in Engineering. Most of our courses at Master level are taught within the BRUFACE framework.