Mechanical Engineering

Hanze UAS

 

 

 

 

Study a Bachelor’s in Mechenical Engineering in the Netherlands

The Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s programme is a three-year programme worth 180 ECTS, and consists of an introductory year and a two year main phase. Each year is composed of four blocks. Students are taught through theoretical classes and practical labs. Project group work is an intrinsic part of each semester, whereby small groups of students work together on a task. In addition to classroom examinations, designing working prototypes, demonstrations and presentations are crucial to accomplishing each quarter. Special attention will be given to energy related matters from a mechanical engineering point of view. Students who finish this programme, will have direct admission to the European Master in Renewable Energy, which is also offered by Hanze UAS.

Mechanical engineering needs creativity and precision

The Mechanical Engineering programme develops professionals who are creative and innovative. All graduates have a large amount of technical knowledge, broad professional skills and entrepreneurial experience by the time the programme has been completed. During the programme students participate in applied research through product analysis and design in order to develop and improve existing appliances, products and services, for instance in the fields of industry, healthcare and robotics. Renewable energy and climate change are seen as very important when considering the future of mankind. Wind turbines and the engineering requirements for an energyneutral building, are both examples of recent groundbreaking developments in the field of energy. You could become an essential part of the latest  technological developments taking place in the fields of energy and engineering.

Duration: 3 years
Credits: 180 ECTS
Starting date: September
Degree awarded: Bachelor of Science

Language of instruction: English
Tuition fees 2018-2019: EU/EEA: € 2,060; non-EU/EEA: € 7,700
Application deadline: EU/EEA: 15 August; non-EU/EEA: 1 June

See the programme website for more information.

 

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