With your Bachelor’s diploma in Electrical Engineering, you can directly enter the job market, start your own business, or specialize with a Master’s programme at the University of Twente. Most graduates choose this last option.
Most Electrical Engineering alumni decide to enter the University of Twente’s two-year, English-taught Master’s programme Electrical Engineering. With your Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering you have direct access to this Master’s programme, which teaches you how modern technology can be applied to make electronic systems better, faster or smaller. With the skills and expertise you gain in this Master’s programme, you can tackle almost all aspects of technology. You will be challenged to improve high-tech systems, with an emphasis on themes such as sustainability, health and safety. There are many specializations you can choose from.
The University of Twente also offers other Master’s programmes that are a good fit with this Bachelor’s programme. With a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering you are directly admissible to most engineering and technology Master’s programmes. This also applies to Master’s programmes at other (inter)national universities. In some cases, taking a pre-Master’s may be necessary.
This Bachelor’s programme will equip you to innovate in at least one of the sub-areas of Electrical Engineering. You will be able to help shape tomorrow’s world. Especially if you add a Master’s degree to your Bachelor’s, you will find many job opportunities as an Electrical Engineer – for example right here in Twente, a region gaining more and more prominence in the industrial world. Many graduates enter positions in which they get to apply theoretical knowledge in a practical setting.
- In robotics – designing robot arms for ASML, NXP or Philips, for example
- At a design house – where chips are designed, but not produced
- In the chip industry – where chips are manufactured
- At a tech or engineering company, such as DEMCON, Salland Engineering or NEDAP
- startig their own company