The Master Next Level Engineering programme is designed for ambitious technical Bachelors from several backgrounds such as: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering & Management, Built Environment or ICT. Students of these or similar programmes are eligible to start the Master if they follow the steps of the admission procedure.
Admission requirements Master Next Level Engineering
To be admissible for the Master you need a relevant Bachelor degree in a technical domain, such as:
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering & Management
- Built Environment
With other technical degrees and a high motivation for this master degree, please contact us to discuss the possibilities.
All students, except for students with a relevant Dutch diploma, must prove that they have good writing and conversation skills in English.
For this Master programme we accept a 6.5 on IELTS, with at least a 6.5 for speaking and no sub score under 6.0. Other tests we accept to prove your English level are Certificate of TOEFL (internet or paper based), TOEIC or Cambridge English. For Chinese students, it is obligatory to present an IELTS test result.
During the application procedure will also review your English skills through your letter and in the interview.
Some international students are granted exemption from the English language test:
- Students who have obtained a Bachelor diploma in the UK, US, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia.
- Students with an accredited international American or British Bachelor Diploma.
- Based on your high school or bachelor diploma you may be granted exemption, contact us by e-mail if you have questions regarding your English proficiency.
The Admission consists of several parts. Below we give you a bit more information but you will receive the specific information and details on how to prepare once you have applied via Studielink.
- A motivation letter
In the motivation letter we would like to see your motivation to be part of this specific Master programme and learning community. You will receive a specific assignment for it, so don’t start writing it before you have received the assignment.
- An analytical test
This test is meant for you to see if you have the required basic mathematical and statistics knowledge for this Master. You will receive study material to prepare for this online test.
- An intake interview
In this interview we intend to see the whole picture: what is your motivation, do you have the necessary skills, we will ask questions to find out and it is also a chance for you to ask all your questions.
After all the required parts of the Admission Procedure we will give you an advice on how we see your chances in the programme.
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(dates to be decided)
We expect you to be present during the two day introduction in the last week of August. During this introduction you will get to know the team of teachers and your fellow students who will be so important during the programme. Dates soon to be announced.