Bachelor Electrical and electronic engineering
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The program starts 1 September 2021
Looking for a technical career aimed at the future? Become an electrical engineer. Work on the transition to sustainable energy. Or develop smart, user-friendly machines and devices. Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HAN gives you a solid start to a rewarding career.
Why study Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HAN?
Collaboration with industry
HAN collaborates with top firms in the energy and electrical engineering sector.
Specializations based on industry needs: Embedded Systems and Industrial & Power Systems.
Easy transition to HAN’s Master in Engineering Systems with 5 different specializations.
Adventurous? Join the HAN solar boat team with students from other disciplines. Participate in international races.
Work on innovative projects at HAN’s research center for sustainable electrical energy.
Wide choice of projects
We offer a range of different projects. Sometimes students even propose their own projects. Work on a topic that truly inspires you.
Start of 2020-2021 academic year: Campus is open
Since the corona outbreak, universities all over the world have switched to distance learning. A great alternative, but not ideal when you're just starting out. The Electrical and Electronic Engineering program is therefore offering 70% of regular contact hours on campus for 1st-year students starting in September this year. You'll come to campus 2 days a week for a total of around 14 hours of classes. So, while learning you'll get to know your classmates and lecturers in person. Great for the group spirit. And you'll get to know the Arnhem campus. Alongside the on-campus hours you'll have online classes and self-study at home.
What do you learn?: Program
To become an electrical engineer, you need to know all the fundamental theories. This program gives you a thorough understanding of these. You also apply the theories in practice. So, you spend lots of time on real-life electrical engineering projects. And you dive into your specialization: Embedded Systems or Industrial and Power Systems.
What can you do with Electrical and Electronic Engineering? : Careers
With this bachelor degree, you are a qualified electrical engineer. Lots of employers need electrical engineers. Which industry you work in depends on your interests. Food processing? Oil and gas processing? Or perhaps the energy sector? You have a wide range of choices.
Students as partners: Dutch way of learning
The atmosphere in a Dutch classroom is quite informal and your lecturers are easy to talk to. In fact, at HAN you’re seen as a partner in the learning process. Class sizes are small and your lecturers encourage you to actively participate in class. To ask questions and give your own opinion. They also stimulate you to be creative and to discover things for yourself.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering: quick facts
Why study in Holland?
Holland has a large population of international students so you won’t feel alone. In fact, 1 in 10 students is an international student. Why do so many international students come here? Because Holland has excellent, affordable higher education. It also has a thriving economy (18th in the world) so there are plenty of job opportunities. What’s more, the Dutch are open-minded and almost everyone speaks English.
Discover the city of Arnhem
Arnhem is the green and bustling capital of the province of Gelderland. With a population of around 160,000, the city has plenty to offer. Whether you’re into fashion or history, museums or pubs, concerts or nightclubs. And with its lovely green surroundings, you can also enjoy nature at its best.
HAN Arnhem campusRuitenberglaan 26
6826 CC Arnhem
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