The Bachelors course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering trains you to become a developer and will give you the innovative edge that sets you apart from the rest.This course attracts motivated goal-oriented students like you from all over the world. HAN's course gives you the theoretical and practical expertise needed for success, as well as the necessary market information and insight to stay on top.
Right from the start you will delve into the many practical applications that make up this exciting field. The course is hands-on and professionally oriented, with constant switching between theory and practice. This will help you quickly gain a clear picture of the field and your career. It will also help you make an informed choice when you specialize in either Embedded Systems of Industrial and Power Systems.
Whichever specialization you choose, an important aspect will be your social and communicative skills. The course’s international focus and attention for cultural differences will also serve you well when you embark on your future career in the international area.
During your 3rd year, you will do a work placement at a research institute or company. The goal of this placement is to develop your professional knowledge and skills, and prepare you for the job market.
Your work placement is an integral and exciting part of your Electrical and Electronic Engineering course. You will learn new skills and procedures, gain information about your field and constantly put your knowledge to work. This approach will help you to easily switch back and forth between theory and practice. Something that will serve you well in your work placement and your future career.
At the end of your work placement, you will be evaluated by HAN assessors and your work placement coach. They will assess what you have learned and whether you have developed sound technical and communication skills.
Electrical engineers can choose from many employers in both the commercial and public sectors. HAN's graduates work for many international companies, such as:
- TenneT: one of Europe’s top 5 electricity transmission system operators
- Liander: a regional grid operator in the Netherlands
- NXP, Nedap and Thales: Dutch companies operating internationally
Your career prospects include jobs such as:
- Embedded software/hardware developer
- Industrial Automation developer
- Power engineer