Master Next Level Engineering
The Next Level Engineering programme is challenging, with a study load of at least 40 hours per week. You'll work in teams, with a lot of interaction with your fellow students and teaching staff. The programme is divided into four ten-week blocks. During each block you'll follow two courses, work together in an interdisciplinary project team and study in your Learning Team. In the first two periods, you prepare for the thesis phase independently, that will take place in the fourth and final period.
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In our brochure you can read more details about the programme.
During the programme
In the programme you obtain the knowledge and skills we deem important based on four principal themes: Energy Technology & Sustainability, Rapid Prototyping, Health Technology and Asset Management. Furthermore, you will develop your professional skills by working on asking the right questions and advising in the workplace, applied science and research, and mathematics and statistics.
After your graduation
After completing HU's Next Level Engineering programme, you will have developed into a critical and reflective professional, equipped to design and optimise processes and products for a variety of organisations and companies. You'll be ready for roles such as (junior) innovation manager or (technical) consultant, and even for jobs that don’t exist yet! That is really the next level!
Obviously you have obtained your Bachelor Degree and you have a technical background. You need to be highly motivated and willing to work hard in order to be eligible for this programme. Think back to a time where you had your most memorable learning experience after studying hard or smartly; are you up to that for an entire year? A maths test and an intake interview are part of the admission procedure.
Eager to study and learn
You are keen to study hard, learn new things and broaden your view on the engineering field in an applied context.
Perform under pressure
You want to be challenged, whether working alone or in a group, with unfamiliar parameters and in new situations.
Maths and statistics
You are interested in studying maths and statistics, even if you don’t have a lot of experience with it.