The field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has many practical applications, for example in healthcare, the automotive industry, sustainable energy and the processing industry. This course will give you all the necessary theory and skills to become an engineer. In this profession you often work in a team with other engineers and people from other disciplines.
At HAN University of Applied Sciences theory and practice are inseparable. Right from the start of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering course you put theory into practice in loads of innovative projects. What’s more, you have the freedom to choose the projects you like. Because HAN works in close collaboration with the Dutch energy world, you get to work on real projects for real companies. Here are a few examples:
- Autonomous vehicle (1st semester)
- Wind-driven vehicle (2nd semester IPS)
- Healthcare appliances (2nd semester ES)
- Parallel robot design (3rd year IPS)
- IoT enabled fitness environment (3rd year ES)
HAN’s Sustainable Electrical Energy Centre of Expertise (SEECE) is closely linked to the course. Through this research centre, HAN develops and shares knowledge about innovations in the field of electrical energy. Staff and students work together to conduct practice-based research on topics like solar power and wind energy, with and for professionals in the field.
Your 1st year will give you a solid foundation in all the current topics in the field of electrical and electronic engineering. By the end of the 1st semester, you’re ready to delve into your area of specialisation:
- Embedded Systems (ES) or
- Industrial and Power Systems (IPS).
If you specialise in Embedded Systems (ES) you will design, build and test intelligent systems and smart devices. If your focus is on Industrial and Power Systems (IPS) you will design smart solutions in industrial automation.
Right from the start you go hands-on, applying what you’ve learned during individual and group projects. This approach gives you invaluable practical skills: not just the technical skills that every engineer needs, but also social and communicative skills.
As an electrical engineer, you can choose from any number of employers in both the commercial and public sector. You could work in industries such as product manufacturing, electro-technical companies, oil and gas processing, food processing or the energy sector.
Our graduates get jobs as:
- Embedded Software/Hardware Engineer
- Lead Engineer
- Team Leader
- Industrial Automation Engineer
- Power Engineer
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