Admission to this program depends on your prior education. Some types of prior education qualify you directly for admission to a Master's program, but you may have to apply for admission. In some cases you will first have to follow a transition program.
In the first year you will take two mini-programs, a general professional development and some electives. The mini-programs are part of a cluster of subjects, of which one has to be technical. The second one can be aimed at management.
During professional development you will learn to write a business plan and guide a group of first-year students in a project. Besides this, you will have a six-week internship to get to know the wide range of the Electrical Engineering area
During the second year, you finish the mini-programs and take the last subject of general development, which is about the impact of technology on our society.
You will intern for ten weeks in the Netherlands or abroad.
Electrical Engineering elective courses present state-of-the-art knowledge on topics currently researched by faculty staff, and allow you to acquire specialised information quickly, e.g. as a preparation for an internship or a graduation project. You’re not restricted to electrical engineering topics, however. You may also use your elective courses to study topics of your own interest, technical and non-technical.