Who can apply ?
Holders of a relevant degree from an approved university or students in their last year of a Bachelor programme.
Relevant subjects include, but are not necessarily limited to, automotive engineering, mechanical engineering, electromechanical engineering, electronics/ICT with specialisation in automotive engineering, electronics and automation, industrial technology, industrial engineering, industrial electrical engineering.
English language proficiency
A good command of English, both spoken and written, is necessary.
All non-native speakers should have achieved the minimum score specified in one of the following language proficiency tests or similar:
- IELTS (academic version): 6.5 overall, with no sub-test less than 6.
- Internet-based TOEFL: 94 overall, with minimum scores of Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17.
- PTE-A (Pearson Test of English-Academic): 60 overall, with no sub-test less than 51.
- UCLES First Certificate in English (FCE ),CEFR level B2.
Candidates who are not citizens of the European Union have to apply for a visa in their home country at the Belgium Embassy. The visa process can be started once the confirmation/acceptance letter for the Green Drive European Master’s Programme has been in hands of the candidate.