Master Next Level Engineering
If you are an innovative technical Bachelor student looking for a challenge, our one-year Master Next Level Engineering (MNLE) programme is a good match. During this master you will learn how to deal with complex challenges, while using new technologies and working together with fellow students. The assignments will be project-based, and you will work collaboratively within learning teams.
The Next Level Engineering is a programme for ambitious students. You can expect a study load of at least 40 hours a week. In order to complete the master successfully, it is necessary that you can keep up with the high paced nature of this programme. You'll work in teams, with a lot of interaction with your fellow students and the teaching staff. The programme is divided into four terms of ten weeks. During each term you'll follow two courses, work (together) on applied research and study in your learning team.
Take technology to the next level
You will learn how to work on complex challenges, develop your professional skills and learn more about performing research and engineering fundamentals. With special attention to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals such as health technology and affordable and sustainable energy.
Innovate or even disrupt
After completing the Master’s programme, doors will open for you as a proactive technical professional. You will have the skills required to design and optimise engineering processes and products for a wide range of organisations. Are you ready for a role as a (technical) consultant or are you that innovator who creates a new role?
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Admission requirements Master Next Level Engineering
You have obtained your bachelor's degree, preferably in a technical field. You need to be highly motivated and willing to study hard in order to succeed in this programme. An analytical test, motivation letter and an intake interview are part of the application process. This process is necessary to ensure that this study is appropriate for you.
Does this programme suit you?
You like working together
You are a teamplayer because you know that the best solutions are designed when working in a (diverse) team.
You can perform under pressure
You want to be challenged, you are able to study hard and you can manage unfamiliar parameters and new situations.
You know how to apply maths and statistics
You are interested in studying maths, statistics and programming, even if you don’t have a lot of experience with it (yet).
"It was appealing that this programme was very practically oriented"Tjelvar van Zuijlen (23) student