Would you like to expand your knowledge of design, analysis and research with regard to innovative electrical engineering systems? Do you see designing, developing and producing electrical and electronic systems and processes as an exciting challenge? If so, this two-year Master's in Electrical Engineering is definitely one to consider. This is an internationally oriented programme and is taught entirely in English. You can start in September and February. You can start the pre-master's in September.
We also offer a Bachelor's (BSc.) in Electrical Engineering.
Read more about the master's, pre-master's and admission. You can also find more information about career perspectives. Read the testimonial of students from Electrical Engineering.
This master's challenges you to develop new methods and technologies for high-tech electronics-based systems in nanotechnology, robotics, electronics, telecommunication or biomedical systems.
Looking to obtain a bachelor's in Electrical Engineering?
Please visit the website of the Bachelor's Electrical Engineering at the University of Twente.
Electrical Engineering teaches you how modern technology can be used to further enhance, accelerate or scale down electronics-based systems. It will provide you with skills and expertise that you can apply in nearly all fields of technology. You will be challenged to improve high-tech systems with an emphasis on themes such as sustainability, health and safety.
Our research focuses on many areas, ranging from microsystems, mechatronics and telecom, to integrated circuit design/architecture and biomedical applications. You can tailor a large part of the programme to suit your own personal interests (ranging from technical to managerial aspects).
At the University of Twente we offer the following focus areas and specialisations in Electrical Engineering:
Microsystems (focus: make it smaller)
- Integrated Devices and Systems
- Integrated Optical Systems
- Lab-on-a-chip Systems for Biomedical & Environmental applications
Robotics & Mechatronics (focus: control over)
Telecom (focus: facilitating or improving mobile wireless communication)
IC Design/Computer Architecture (focus: hardware design)
Biomedical Applications (focus: electrical and electronic applications and devices to assis people)
Image and Signal Processing (focus: image processing and biometrics)
This programme provides you with a wider range of interesting specialisations, small classes, personal guidance and gives you the opportunity to broaden your perspective internationally.
Electrical engineers are highly employable, largely because their training encompasses a branch of science rather than a specific profession. Without electrical engineers there would be no cars, aircraft, mobile phones, tablets, PCs or TVs. It is one of the best programmes you can take in terms of excellent job prospects.