Five themes span the entire curriculum. Engineering, enterprising, and education are connected to engineers’ societal role: to design and build things starting from a strong vision to improve people’s lives. The environment involves an awareness of the various interwoven aspects—nature, culture, technology—that shape this societal role. Finally, ensembling allows engineers to approach things from a “big picture” perspective. In essence, engineers find intelligent solutions to technological problems. Engineers at Campus Group T—the 5E engineers, however, are more than technology experts. They have distinct entrepreneurial skills and are capable of coaching both themselves and others. Our engineers are aware of their place in the world and the impact they have on nature and culture. Finally, they are big-picture thinkers with the ability to see complex problems from a systemic, integrated perspective. 5E engineering cannot be learned from a book or through individual work. 5E engineering is a matter of developing and fine-tuning an ensemble of qualities over the entire course of your studies and career. Collaboration, cross-professional experience, diversity, and a plurality of worldviews are crucial to the 5E engineering vision.
This extraordinary vision requires an extraordinary program. The principles underlying the engineering curriculum at Campus Group T Leuven create a learning and working environment that encourages ongoing personal and professional development.
Structure: The Bachelor of Industrial Sciences is an academic bachelor’s program consisting of 3 program stages with a total of 180 ECTS. The Bachelor’s program comprises a common program of 3 semesters that offers general basic, scientific-technological training in the four major basic sciences (physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics) and their corresponding technological fields (energy, matter, life, and information technology) a specific program of 3 semesters designed for the chosen major.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma that is sufficiently equivalent to a Flemish secondary school diploma and gives access to university studies in the country in which the degree was initially obtained.
Additional requirements: Mathematics Proficiency (General SAT test with a minimum score of 730 on the mathematics section; ACT test with a minimum score of 32 on the mathematics section; the SOWISO OMPT-D test with a minimum score of 60%).
Application deadline for EU students is June 1.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning