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Advanced Technology combines different disciplines
Advanced Technology is an one-of-a-kind BSc programme, taught only at the University of Twente. It is a broad technical Bachelor's programme that is finely tuned to society's needs. Its multidisciplinary approach combines different engineering and natural science disciplines. If you would like to discover more about this unique English-taught programme, read about Advanced Technology at the University of Twente, the study programme or be a 'student for a day' and experience for yourself what the programme and student life at Twente are all about.
What is Advanced Technology?
Advanced Technology is an English-taught technical programme with a keen eye for society's needs. Its broad approach brings together a range of engineering and natural science disciplines, giving you the scope to come up with innovative and unexpected solutions to new problems without being confined to a single area of science. You will learn how to combine knowledge from electrical engineering, chemical engineering, applied physics, mathematics, mechanical engineering and business administration.
In this varied and fascinating programme, you will experience a range of completely different settings and will draw on all the theoretical knowledge you have acquired in a wide range of different disciplines to successfully tackle a series of challenging projects. You will soon discover the immense value of examining a problem from different perspectives and experience the fulfilment of producing a solution. The programme also develops your awareness of how society can gain the greatest benefit from the solutions you devise.
An internationally recognized Bachelor's degree in Advanced Technology is an excellent preparation for a number of different Master's degrees at the University of Twente or other universities in the Netherlands or abroad.
Are you curious to hear what our students think about the programme? Watch the video below to find out what Fredrik likes most about the programme.
Looking to challenge yourself?
Are you looking to challenge yourself? Can you cope with the additional challenge of taking extra courses alongside the regular study programme? The programme Advanced Technology and the University of Twente offer different possibilities to do alongside the regular programme.
Why take Advanced Technology at the University of Twente?
Do you love to figure out the technology behind the world around us? And are you eager to use the insights you gain to tackle real problems faced by people and society? If so, Advanced Technology may well be the course for you. This high-level, international programme will equip you to take on almost any technological challenge. Besides that, it will give you access to a great variety of (technical) Master's programmes. The course centres on practical projects. You will study in an informal, personal setting. Find out why Advanced Technology at the University of Twente would suit you. Check the admission requirements or contact us for more information.
Non-Dutch students should have a degree in secondary education comparable to the Dutch VWO diploma (A-levels or International Baccalaureate) with high passing grades in Mathematics and Physics or Chemistry as compulsory subjects. As the programme is entirely English taught, a high level of English proficiency (CEFR, B2/C1 level; IELTS minimum 6.0, or equivalent) is also called for.
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