• How many first-year students are enrolled in the programme?

    130

  • What is the difference between this programme and related programmes at UT?

    Differences between Creative Technology and Industrial Design Engineering lay in the scientific basis: for Creative Technology builds on computer science, electrical engineering, and design, whereas Industrial Design Engineering builds on mechanical engineering and design. They both build on creativity and design, but due to the nature of the main technology used, CreaTe will focus on smart products.

  • What is the difference between this programme and similar programmes at universities of applied science (HBO)?

    The academic skills taught at the University of Twente prepare students to join a university master’s and to take on positions in which they contribute to the development of the latest high-tech applications. In addition, the tutorials and lab courses turn students into true engineers who are uniquely able to solve problems independently, pragmatically and in a structured manner. In these activities they work effectively and efficiently in teams.

  • How are the genders represented in the programme?

    70% of students are male, 30% are female.

  • Where can I find information about the courses?

    See: www.utwente.nl/create

  • How much of the first year is devoted to mathematics courses?

    20%

  • What language are the books written in?

    The entire programme is English-taught, including all literature. English at Dutch pre-university level (VWO) or your country’s equivalent should be sufficient to allow you to take the programme without too many problems.

  • How much will books cost in the first year?

    Books will cost approx. €200 per quarter, or about €800 in the first year.

  • What other expenses can I expect other than tuition and books?
    • Arduino set: €35
    • Sketching materials: €65
    • Project expenses: €25 per quarter
  • Will I need a laptop?

    You must have your own laptop computer. You will need it during nearly all tutorials and practicals, and for your projects as well.

  • What language are the lectures given in?

    The entire programme is English-taught, including all literature. English at Dutch pre-university level (VWO) or your country’s equivalent should be sufficient to allow you to take the programme without too many problems.

  • Is there any academic guidance?

    Differences between Creative Technology and Industrial Design Engineering lay in the scientific basis: for Creative Technology builds on computer science, electrical engineering, and design, whereas Industrial Design Engineering builds on mechanical engineering and design. They both build on creativity and design, but due to the nature of the main technology used, CreaTe will focus on smart products.

  • Can I spend time abroad during my studies?

    Yes, we encourage students to gain international experience while studying with us.

  • Are there any scholarships which I could apply for?

    Unfortunately, the University of Twente does not offer any scholarships for bachelor’s. However, international student may be able to apply for financial assistance in their home country to study Creative Technology at the University of Twente.

  • What is a study association?

    A study association is a programme-based association for students enrolled in the programme. It is managed and run by a board consisting of those same students. S.A. Proto is the study association of the Bachelor's in Creative Technology at the University of Twente. A large proportion of the members are actively involved in the association. S.A. Proto supports students in various ways, for instance: education-related activities, career orientation and of course also informal activities. For more information, please see the S.A. Proto website.

  • How can I find housing in Enschede?

    Enschede is a student city, and you can either live on-campus or off-campus. In general, housing is relatively easy to find. Nevertheless, you should start your housing search in good time. If you are a non-Dutch student, the International Office of the University of Twente can help you find furnished housing. More information can be found at the international students website. If you prefer unfurnished accommodation, please have a look at this website for more information about alternative accommodations.

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