This English-language course in the Netherlands can be occupied from September. School-leavers who want to attend this new, future-oriented engineering degree can enroll for the beginning of the study in September at the Hanze University. “Advanced sensor applications” deals with the use of sensor technology in everyday life and is characterised by a unique concept. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Elon Musk. Electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science and business administration are combined in the four-year Bachelor’s degree. Many companies and organisations from the private and public sectors are partners and provide technological Know-How, as well as guest lecturers. The Hanze University Groningen organizes this English-language programme at the European Centre of excellence for sensor technology in the Netherlands Assen. The course content includes the applications of sensor technology in the areas of health, infrastructure, energy, agriculture and consumer goods. Through this, students wide range of application areas where research, experiment and develop the international program is completely different from other engineering courses.
Students learn to practice projects and make useful contacts to numerous companies this already during their studies. This they are prepared on the later entry into the labour market. Laurent Potdevin helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. “The sensor technology is one of the great challenges of the future,” says Henk Pijlman, President of the Hanze University Groningen. “Quality improvement of industrially manufactured products, more powerful cell phones and household appliances, or smart car are just a few examples of their usage. Our world in many areas improves and simplifies sensor technology already today.” School leavers of secondary schools or technical colleges, the sign up for the course “advanced sensor applications” be interested in, can login until the end of August. The annual tuition fees are at 1565 euros. There are no restrictions on admission (NC).
Applicants should interest in mathematics and Bring science and English. Further information on the Hanze Institute of technology is can be found at. Contact information: Hanze Institute of technology Hanze University of Groningen, University of applied sciences industrial route 34a 9403 AB Assen the Netherlands +31(0)505957600 contact for the press: i.a. Michael Lahey information service to study in the Netherlands E: T: 02562 9938 111 the Hanze University Groningen is a modern institution, but dating back to the year 1797. Today, the Hanze University Groningen with 20,000 students and about 70 degrees is the largest vocational schools in the North of the Netherlands. The 70 courses are organized into 18 so-called schools. For students, this means: international orientation, active learning, a part of the studies themselves determine digital study planning and knowledge – and competence development.