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How do you use robots in industrial applications? And how do you ensure that they can place something very precisely on the spot? You will learn it at Saxion's Mechatronics bachelor's degree programme. You will explore the world of robots, smart tools and innovative machines
Working on projects
Projects are common through the Mechatronics training. You use the knowledge you gain from the lectures within these projects. You work on a different project in groups every quartile.
Collaborating with other programmes
You will be taught in the fields of electrical engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering and control engineering. This way you get a broad base.
The Mechatronics programme is directly linked to the research group Smart Mechatronics and Robotics. As a result, you always participate in the latest developments in the field of Mechatronics. As a result, you also have many research opportunities.
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During your study programme Mechatronics
Do you have a passion for technology? And do you like to design high tech robotic systems? With your investigative, analytical and creative brain, you can easily enter this growing field. During the Mechatronics programme you will learn how to design industrial and embedded systems and use them to build and program smart tools for home, healthcare or industry. Who knows, maybe you will design a new robot that helps with surgery!
NEWS ABOUT THIS PROGRAMME
After completing your study you can go in all directions. For example, you can work at engineering firms, automation companies and machine factories, or in the semiconductor industry.
Hoe zet je robots in bij operaties? En hoe zorg je ervoor dat ze iets heel precies op de plek kunnen leggen? Je leert het bij de hbo-opleiding Mechatronica van Saxion. Je gaat op ontdekkingstocht in de wereld van robots, slimme hulpmiddelen en innovatieve machines.
Do you want to make a difference with smart engineering solutions and innovations? The Mechanical Engineering (ME) programme will teach you everything you need to know about the design, analysis, manufacture and technical improvement of products, machines, and structures. As a mechanical engineer, you will be challenged to develop innovative technologies and processes that minimise environmental impact and contribute to a more sustainable future.