Master Next Level Engineering (MNLE)
The Next Level Engineering programme is challenging, with a study load of at least 40 hours per week. You'll work in teams, with a lot of interaction with your fellow students and the teaching staff. The programme is divided into four ten-week blocks. During each block you'll follow two courses, work (together) on applied research and study in your learning team.
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During the programme
The courses in which you learn how to work on complex challenges are Data Science, Systems Engineering and Complex Systems & Organizations. Beside this, you will develop your professional skills, learn more about performing research and engineering fundamentals. The knowledge and skills you obtain in the programme are applied to the themes that we deem important. Those are related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals such as (but not limited to) health technology and affordable and sustainable energy.
After your graduation
After completing the Master Next Level Engineering programme, you will have developed yourself into a technical professional, equipped to design and optimise processes and products for a variety of organisations.. You'll be ready for roles such as Innovator or (Technical) Consultant, and even for new roles yet to emerge! That is really the Next Level!
You have obtained your Bachelor Degree, preferably in a technical field. You need to be highly motivated and willing to study hard in order to succeed in this programme. Think back to a time when you had your most memorable learning experience; are you up to that for an entire year?. An analytical test, motivation letter and an intake interview are part of the application process so you know what to expect from this Master.
You are a teamplayer because you know that the best solutions are designed when working in a (diverse) team.
Perform under pressure
You want to be challenged, study hard and can handle unfamiliar parameters and new situations.
Maths and statistics
You are interested in studying maths, statistics and programming, even if you don’t have a lot of experience with it (yet).
Master Next Level Engineering
Useful to know
|Application Deadline||Non-EU/EEA: 30 April, EU/EEA: 31 July, Dutch: 31 August|
|Location||Padualaan 99 Utrecht|
|Programme level||Master of Science - MSc|
|Croho-name||M Next Level Engineering|
"It was appealing that this programme was very practically oriented"Tjelvar van Zuijlen (23) student