Study Programme BSc Advanced Technology
Advanced Technology in a nutshell
The Advanced Technology programme takes three years to complete and graduates receive a Bachelor of Science degree. As an Advanced Technology graduate, you will have direct access to a variety of Master’s programmes at the University of Twente, including Applied Physics, Nanotechnology, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Business Administration and Industrial Engineering & Management. You might also consider studying for a Master’s degree abroad. Please be aware that other universities may require you to take a pre-Master’s programme before granting you admission to the Master’s. During your Bachelor’s, we can advise you on the best modules to take in preparation for the Master’s programme of your choice. Read more about the options open to you after the Bachelor’s programme.
Each academic year consists of 40 weeks of study, divided into four modules. Each module centres on a particular theme and features a number of theoretical courses and a practical. You will then apply the knowledge you acquire in a collaborative project with your fellow students. You will specialize not only in science and engineering but also in society and entrepreneurship. The ratio between societal subjects and technical subjects is approximately 1 to 10. Read more about the first, second and third years of the programme.
Looking to challenge yourself?
Are you looking to challenge yourself? Can you cope with the additional challenge of taking extra courses alongside the regular study programme? The programme Advanced Technology and the University of Twente offer different possibilities to do alongside the regular programme.