The IMFSE students are actively blogging about their life and study experiences in the programme. Read their opinions here!
The International Master of Science in Fire Safety Engineering is...
...a 2-year full time educational Master programme
...set up in the Erasmus+ framework
...offering an internationally recognized joint master degree
...commonly organized by 6 universities:
- Ghent University (Belgium)
- Lund University (Sweden)
- The University of Edinburgh (UK)
- University of Queensland (Australia)
- ETH Zürich (Switzerland)
- The University of Maryland (USA)
There are full scholarships and tuition fee reductions available, for both EU and non-EU students!
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Event: Lecture by Dr. Michael Spearpoint: ‘Why don't we just put sprinklers everywhere and forget about fire engineering design?’ Monday 27 March 2017, 10h – 11h30, Ghent. Practical info can be found here. Welcome!
IMFSE Student Chapter recognized by SFPE! The Student Chapters are listed at the bottom of this web page.
IMFSE alumnus Daniel Martin (USA) wins the very first 'IWMA Young Talent Award 2016' with his thesis 'The Use of a Water Mist Curtain as a Radiation Shield'. Congratulations!
Prof. Bart Merci from Ghent University visited the division of Fire Safety Engineering at Lund University and gave lecturers on CFD and fires in car parks for students and staff.
There are new blog posts up, from IMFSE students as well as an IMFSE alumnus! Read here what they are blogging about...
Prof. Bart Merci and dr. Tarek Beji wrote a book on fire and smoke dynamics, giving fluid mechanics aspects a central role in the story.
Prof. José L. Torero, who helped launch the IMFSE programme for the University of Edinburgh (UK) and who currently works for the University of Queensland (Australia), has been awarded the Honorary Doctorate at Ghent University (Belgium). Watch the movie here, or click here for more information.