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The Master in Geography is a two-year advanced study programme jointly organised by KU Leuven and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). This interuniversity master's programme offers you a comprehensive training in approaches to social, geographical and/or natural geographical phenomena.
What is the programme all about?
The objective of the Master of Geography is to provide you with a deeper understanding of geographical problems and methods, knowledge to participate in the theoretical debate within the discipline, and training in the use of geographical working techniques. The global aim of the master is to generate geographers whocan play an active role in our contemporary society.
The full programme comprises of 120 ECTS. In addition to core courses on society-environment interactions and research methods in geography (27 ECTS), you take the compulsory courses within your chosen specialisation (33-34 ECTS) as well as a number of electives in your field (29-30 ECTS). The remaining 30 ECTS are allocated to the master’s thesis.
The programme offers three specialisations:
Notes about fees for this course
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