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Engineering Mathematics degrees in the Netherlands in 2024

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Mathematical Engineering BSc

Inholland University of Applied Sciences Netherlands

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Engineering Mathematics Degrees in the Netherlands

Study Engineering Mathematics Degrees

Engineering is a field driven by mathematics, and by studying Engineering Mathematics you will learn how to apply your mathematical skills to solve real world Engineering problems. You should therefore have a keen interest in both mathematics and engineering in order to pursue studies in this subject area.

Students of a degree in Engineering Mathematics will be able to apply their knowledge to the development of future products, materials and technology, with roles in an exciting array of industries.

By studying in this field, your modules are likely to cover topics such as:

  • Data Analysis
  • Statistics
  • Information Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Robotics
  • Algebra

As a university graduate of studies in Engineering Mathematics, you will have the opportunity to find employment in a variety of area including:

  • Robotics
  • Automotive industry
  • Communication technology
  • Construction companies
  • Aerospace

Undergraduate programmes in Engineering Mathematics are commonly available at universities around the world as a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng degree) which typically take 3 years to complete when studied Full-time.

Entry requirements for undergraduate degrees in Intelligent Embedded Systems will usually include academic achievement at the level required by your chosen university in Mathematics. If applicable, you may also need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency in either TOEFL, IELTS tests.

Study in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is a great choice for international students, as it has a very large international population that would be ready to make any new international students feel at home. The Netherlands was also one of the first non-native English speaking countries to offer courses taught in English to international students. The Dutch people have a long standing reputation of being tolerant and open minded, meaning you will feel welcomed and comfortable as soon as you arrive in the country.

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