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University of Leuven, Faculty Of Engineering Technology

The strength of the Engineering Technology programmes lies in their unique combination of research-based curricula and practice-based courses, in the tight organisational and functional links with regional and international companies, and the specifically student oriented educational approach.



Education is organized in a unique way. Students can choose to follow their programme of choice at no less than 7 locations throughout Flanders (Ostend, Ghent, Aalst, Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Leuven, Geel or Diepenbeek). We ensure that the unique approach and quality of the programmes taught at each of these campuses is guaranteed, while bearing in mind common goals and interests.

Three Bachelor’s programmes and 17 Master’s programmes are offered, full Englishlanguage academic Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes included. Note that not every major or Master’s programme is offered at each campus.


Research is conducted in the departments of the Science, Engineering & Technology Group and is organised in so-called technology clusters. The multi campus model not only leads to strong local ties and a large network of companies and enterprises, but also to in-depth knowledge and expertise that can be exchanged and developed. Our researchers have practical experience in the implementation of knowledge and technology in different companies or in spin-offs.

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Student Life

Campus life

You can start a Bachelor's programme at no less than seven campuses and get a Master's degree in Engineering Technology at six campuses. Only campus Group T in Leuven offers Bachelor's and Master's programmes in both English and Dutch.


The Group T campus in Leuven also attracts a high number of international students from its four priority regions (China, India, Mekong area, Ethiopia) and has set up intensive collaboration with these countries. Via the European Master’s programme the campus in Ghent receives students from a variety of countries worldwideThe Faculty of Engineering Technology is an active member of SEFI (Société Européenne pour la Formation des Ingénieurs, the European Society for Engineering Education.

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