Twente is the only full-campus university in the Netherlands with housing and excellent academic, sports and recreational facilities at a single location, a mere two hours by train from Amsterdam. We offer a well-balanced, two-year programme with four specializations: Robotics & Mechatronics, Biomechatronics, Control Theory and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. In your first year, you will take courses at the University of Twente or at one of the other two universities of technology participating in this 3TU Master’s programme. In addition to these courses, you will tackle practical assignments that will acquaint you with real-life issues and equip you with essential techniques. In the second year, you will complete a practical internship 14 weeks and your Master’s thesis (of 28 weeks). For assignments or experimental tests, you will have access to the world-class, state-of-the-art facilities at our Robotics laboratory.
The two-year Master’s in Systems and Control could be the programme for you if you have a technical BSc background and a keen interest in the analysis and control of dynamic systems and their applications. If you wish to enrol in the Master’s programme in Systems and Control, you must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Technology, Applied Physics or an equivalent qualification. Knowledge of Mathematics and Control is required. If you have a degree from a university of applied sciences (Dutch HBO institution) you will only be considered for admission once you have completed a pre-Master’s programme. Do the eligibility check to find out whether you are likely to be admitted to the Master’s programme in Systems and Control.
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