Get a good impression of the Master's in Electrical Engineering and the opportunities after graduation by having a look at the testimonials of students, alumni and staff.
- Student Rob
"Electrical engineers provide the technology of the future."
- Student Thomas
I have looked at a lot of different study programmes before I found the right one for me. Electrical Engineering (EE) proved to be the most fun and challenging of them all
- Student Dativa
In developing countries, we always move at a slower pace in research and adopting new mobile technologies. I wanted to learn more about them, which is why I chose to do my Master’s in telecommunications engineering.
- Student Freddy
A master is an entirely different proposition to a bachelor’s. You have far more freedom, you can select the courses that suit your own ambitions and interests.
- Column by student Stef
Stef wrote this column as a contribution to the U-Today special about Electrical Engineering, 2019.
- Lecturer Rafaella
The course I teach is called Digital Control Engineering. Through lectures and practical work in the lab, I help students learn how to analyse and control multivariable dynamic systems in both continuous and discrete-time domains.
- Alumnus Robert
‘I am glad that I chose electrical engineering. My knowledge comes in handy in so many different ways. Power electronics, medical technology or photonics: I deal with all that and more at the company I now work for,’ he says.
- Alumnus Bjorn
A University of Twente alumnus, Bjorn Timmer graduated in Electrical Engineering in the year 2000. In 2004, he successfully defended his PhD research on ‘Gas sensing in Microfluidics’.
- Alumnus Boudewijn
- Alumnus Michel
In 2007 Michel Franken completed his Electrical Engineering degree at the University of Twente and in 2011 he gained his PhD in the University’s Robotics and Mechatronics department.
- Alumnus Benno
The fascination for medical technology determined his choice of study and university. His mind was made up immediately at the University of Twente open day when he watched a demonstration on electrostimulation in mice.
- Column by alumnus Marcel
Marcel Pelgrom, UT alumnus, wrote this column as a contribution the U-Today special about Electrical Engineering, 2019.