The Next Level Engineering programme is designed for ambitious Bachelors from several backgrounds: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Industrial Engineering & Management. Students of these or similar programmes are eligible to start the Master if they follow the steps of the admission procedure.
All of the programmes at HU University of Applied Sciences are tested and approved by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).
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
Do you have a different technical degree and a high motivation for this master degree? Please contact us to discuss the possibilities.
All potential foreign students need to follow the admission procedure and prove their English skills at TOEFL level 80 (writing skills) / 20 (oral skills) or IELTS 6.0.
Exemptions may apply. Ask our programme coordinator for details.
The admission procedure consists of four steps.
- Send an e-mail to MasterNLE@hu.nl to express your wish to be part of the Master Next Level Engineering Programme.
- Step 1: You will be invited to send a motivation letter before a given deadline.
- Step 2: You take part in a knowledge test for which you can prepare yourself online.*
- Step 3: We will invite you for an interview.*
After having completed the three steps we will advise you on how we see your chances in the programme.
*Step 2 and 3 will take place on one of three different time slots at HU University of Applied Sciences, at the Utrecht Science Park. You will be invited for one of the time slots.
Send an e-mail to MasterNLE@hu.nl to express your wish to be part of the Master Next Level Engineering Programme. We are happy to answer any questions you might have, per e-mail or in a real-live conversation if that is what you prefer.
When you want to take part in the programme you need to follow all the steps of the admission procedure. Our programme coordinator will place you on the list for the next available date.
Step 1: Motivation letter
We'd like you to show your motivation to be part of this specific Master programme and learning community.
You will have to write a cover letter for which you receive a more detailed description from the programme coordinator.
Step 2: Analytical test in English
You can prepare for an analytical test via our online platform, for which you will be granted entry. This is a course designed to study independently, mainly for you to find out if you have what it takes to successfully finish the more technical courses of our Engineering programme. This preparation course and admission test consist of some math, physics and analytical exercises. This test is designed to have predictive value as to the extent you will be able to master some of the more technical courses in the programme.
The test will take place at the Utrecht Science Park at one of the three different time slots. You will be invited for a specific date soon after having started your admission process.
Step 3: Intake interview
Approximately one week after you have taken the analytical test, you are scheduled for an interview that takes place at the Utrecht Science Park during one of three different time slots.
After this interview we will advise you on how we see your chances in the programme.