The flexible third year of the Bachelor’s in Advanced Technology provides a solid preparation for a wide range of Master’s programmes. You can take your Master’s at the University of Twente, another university in the Netherlands or, like an increasing number of our students, you can opt for a Master’s abroad.
In previous years, Advanced Technology students chose from a range of more than 16 different Master’s programmes at Twente. These include engineering programmes such as Applied Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Sustainable Energy Technology and Systems & Control (Robotics & Mechatronics), but also Master’s programmes in areas such as Business Administration and Philosophy.
During your third year, you will choose three modules in line with your ambitions and interests. The year concludes with the Bachelor’s assignment, in which you will prove that you have what it takes to continue your studies at Master’s level. The assignment involves working independently on a research project within one of our research groups, often under the guidance of a PhD student. Here you can read a number of student testimonials about the Bachelor’s assignment or find out what you can do after finishing your Bachlor's Advanced Technology.