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Our 38 bachelors degrees per area of study

  Architecture and Urban Planning     Architecture
     
  Philosophy

Philosophy

     
 

Languages and Literature

Romance languages and letters

Modern languages and letters, general orientation
Modern languages and letters, Germanic orientation
Ancient languages and letters, Classical orientation
Ancient languages and letters, Eastern orientation

 

     
  Translation and Interpreting Translation and Interpreting**
     
 

History, art and archeology

History
History of art and archeology, general orientation
History of art and archeology, Musicology orientation

     
 

Information and communication

Information and Communication

     
 

Political and Social Sciences 

Political Sciences
Sociology and Anthropology
Human and social sciences

     
 

Law

Law

     
 
Economics and Business Management 

Economical and management sciences
Management engineering

     
 

Psychology and Education 

Psychology and Education
Psychology and Education: Speech and Language Therapy

     
 

Medical Sciences

Medicine

     
 

Veterinary Sciences

Veterinary medicine

     
 

Dental Sciences 

Dental Sciences

     
  Biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences

Biomedical Sciences
Pharmaceutical Sciences

     
 

Motricity Sciences

Motricity Sciences
Physiotherapy and readaptation

 
 

Sciences

Mathematical Sciences
Computer Sciences
Physical Sciences
Chemical Sciences
Biological Sciences
Geological Sciences
Geographical Sciences, general orientation

 

     
  Agronomy and Bioengineering Bioengineering
Landscape Design*** 
     
 

Engineering Sciences

Engineering Sciences, civil engineer orientation
Engineering Sciences, civil engineer in architecture orientation

 
 
*Since the academic year 2010-2011, both the "Institut Supérieur Lambert Lombard" and the "Institut Supérieur Saint Luc de Wallonie - site de Liège", joined the University of Liege within a new Faculty of Architecture. 
** These courses are jointly organised by the University of Liège and the "Haute Ecole de la Ville de Liège".

*** These courses are organised in cooperation with Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, the Haute Ecole Charlemagne of the French-speaking Community and the Faculty of Architecture of the ULB.

 

 
List of study programmes 2014-2015 updated on September 12th, 2014

Print version Page updated on 2014-09-12