Bachelor in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Course typeBachelor
Course sectorEngineering
Course duration4 years
Starting dateSeptember 2017
DegreeBachelor of Science
LocationEnschede
Tuition fee (EU/EEA students) € 2,006
Tuition fee (NON-EU students)(specification) € 7,800

Electricity is everywhere and its applications are infinite. All electrical and electronic applications are designed, engineered, sold and maintained. Many people are working in this business and there are many jobs available at this moment. The 4 year course Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Saxion is the start of a great career in this field.

As a student you can choose during your course one of the two specialisations Electronic Information Engineering or Electrical Power and Automation. At this moment it is a good time to find a job in the electrical or electronic business area.

You can use the form below to get more information on the course, or you can e-mail mr. Jan Bollen directly: j.w.bollen@saxion.nl or add him to your skype: jan.bollen.nl.

 

First basic skills will be taught, during lectures, workshops and also in projects. The focus is on technical as well as on  social and communication subjects. Technical subjects that will be taught are analogue and digital hardware, design and engineering. Programming will also be part of the course. Hardware combined with software makes everything work! Social and communicative aspects are trained in presentations, interviews and much group work in projects. The projects concern small technical problems to be solved by a group of students.

Students not only learn a lot about the product they design but also about the multidisciplinary  character of the design process. A project example is "measuring an analogue heartbeat and presenting it wireless to the other side of the country". The student acquires a wide range of technical knowledge and be able to communicate multidisciplinary. At least 2 semesters the student will work in company, developing his practical and professional skills. 

The course content is adjusted to the requirements of the professional companies.

Download a more detailed course content description and the complete curriculum here.

 

Our general entry requirements apply. Beside these, we require:

1. A high school degree including Mathematics & Physics.

There is an option for a Short Degree Programme. This is available for experienced students in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (3, 4 or 5 semesters, depending on your level of experience).

After completion of the course you can find work as a hardware/software designer/engineer, sales representative or quality engineer. Big well know companies, (Philips, Nokia, NXP, Shell, Eaton) have got many job opportunities. There are also a lot of small companies working in the electrical & electronic field. Further there a good prospects to continue for a master study in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

Stef Gortemaker, student Electronical & Electrical Engineering builds network for amplifying electrical signals

Stef Gortemaker, student Electric and Electrical Engineering, Saxion"Right now I’m in the lesson Advanced Electronics, one of the general subjects in the second year of the Bachelor course Electrical Engineering.I’m testing and simulating a network and performing calculations. In this way I’m building a network on the computer which can amplify an electrical signal. Its application? I do not really know, but according to our teacher reinforcing electrical signals comes in very ‘handy’when you’re in hospital with various sensors on your body. These sensors will translate those signals in a way that the nursing staff knows what’s going on with you. This task requires a lot of mathematics, especially many calculations: quite difficult! This lesson will take 1,5 hours, and we’ll have to complete it within two weeks."
 

 

Dewant Katare, student Electronic & Electrical Engineering reads out information on breath analysis 

Saxion student Electrial & Electronic Engineering in the lab"Although I'm sitting in the nanolab now, I’m not studying Nanotechnology, I’m studying for my bachelor in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. I’m using the nano-equipment for reading out the micro (Cantilever) sensors on a chip, which contains information on breath analysis."

 

 

 

 

 

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