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A brand new programme for game changers in the field of robotics! In this new master’s programme you will learn what it takes to develop robotic systems such as autonomous robots and smart industrial systems. The programme combines hands-on experience in systems engineering tools and methodology with state of the art robotics. As a professional master’s programme, we focus on the practical application of the latest technological development.
Focus on application
Hands-on projects with direct results. Apply newly learned tools and methods for the development of robotic systems and work on professional assignments.
You will be part of a tight-knit group of students, researchers and engineers combine to form an active learning community.
No pre-master required
You can start this master’s with a suitable bachelor's degree, there is no need for a completed pre-master.
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During your study programme
During this 1.5 year programme you will become acquainted with all aspects of the development of a robotic system. Your knowledge of robotics and systems engineering is directly applied in a variety of projects and case-studies. Plus, you will develop the skills and attitude needed to collaborate in multidisciplinairy teams and look at systems from different technical perspectives. Learn more and check out the full programme.
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After you graduate
After graduation you will be ready to play a key role in engineering projects in the robotic and mechatronic industries or choose a path in applied research. You will already have a professional network thanks to the innovation clusters TValley and Space53 that contribute to the programme. As society becomes increasingly ‘robotized’, you will have excellent career opportunities. Curious? Find out more!
"Robotize your future!" - Dirk Bekke, Professor of Mechatronics
Applied Computer Science (Bachelor)
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Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Bachelor)
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