YOU HAVE A LOT OF FREEDOM IN CUSTOMISING YOUR MASTER’S IN Robotics.
While building your expertise in one of the three specialisations, you can tailor the programme to your interests and ambitions by choosing one of the three profiles as well as a number of elective courses. This way, you get to develop your own expertise and become the professional you wish to be. Our challenge-based learning approach supports this personalisation. As you get involved in real-life, hands-on robotics projects, you will not only add valuable team and soft skills to your personal toolbox, but also get better prepared for your master’s thesis project and further career.
What your study programme will look like exactly, depends on the choices you make in composing your Master’s. The process consists of three steps:
During your Master's in Robotics, you will collect a total of 120 EC within two years. In addition to six compulsory courses of the Master’s, you attend two additional courses within the profile of your choice and at least four free electives.
Below, you can find the general structure of the Master’s, it serves as an example of what your curriculum might look like. Which exact courses you will follow at what moment, depends on the choices you make, as well as the starting date of your Master’s.
Each specialisation consists of a set of compulsory courses.
Each profile consists of two courses, you can select from a specific list.
When choosing your elective courses, you always consult with your Programme Mentor. If you are interested in electives from outside the Master’s in Robotics, you will need approval from our Exam Committee. Examples of elective courses:
Internship, academic project and/or elective courses
You have a lot of freedom to compose the first semester of year 2, however in some situations these choices depend on your pre-knowledge and choices in year 1. Again, you make your choices in close consultation with your Programme Mentor. The three variants to choose from are:
You end your Master’s in Robotics by conducting your master’s thesis project, including writing your thesis.
You can find more information about the courses on the pages of the specialisations.
The Master’s in Robotics offers a lot of elective space. As long as your choices fit into the programme as a whole, you can even opt for courses from other Master’s in engineering! You are required to get your programme choices approved by your Programme Mentor and he or she is on hand to help you compose the perfect mix for your talents and ambitions.