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master's programme electrical engineering

The English-taught Master’s in Electrical Engineering is a two-year programme worth 120 credits. If you have a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Advanced Technology, Physics or Computer Science your are welcome to enrol in this programme. The same applies if you have a BSc in Electrical Engineering or Physics from a university of applied sciences or another relevant qualification. Please be aware that additional conditions for admission may apply in some cases.

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The Electrical Engineering Master’s programme is all about specialization: there are no core courses that have to be taken by all students. All specializations share the same structure. In your first year you will attend lectures in your specialized field and in your second year you will further develop the knowledge and skills you have acquired during your studies by applying them to practical work and problem-based learning. You will be given the chance to tackle problems that even the professionals have yet to solve. Your personal curriculum will be designed in consultation with your thesis supervisor.


Microsystems (focus: make it smaller)

  • NanoElectronics
  • Devices for Integrated Circuits
  • Integrated Optical Systems (i-OS)
  • Lab-on-a-chip Systems for Biomedical & Environmental Applications
  • Transducers Science & Technology

Mechatronics (focus: control over)

  • Robotics & Mechatronics

Telecom (focus: facilitating or improving mobile wireless communication)

  • Communication Networks
  • Telecommunication Engineering

IC Design/Computer Architecture (focus: hardware design)

  • Dependable Integrated Systems
  • Integrated Circuit Design

Biomedical Applications (focus: electrical and electronic applications and devices to assist people)

  • Neurotechnology & Biomechatronics

Image and Signal Processing (focus: image processing and biometrics)

  • Computer Vision and Biometrics

Learn more on the curriculum of this Master's programme Electrical Engineering at the University of Twente.

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