Master Engineering Systems: Embedded Systems Full-time
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The program starts 1 September 2022
Complex industrial processes require advanced solutions. Learn all about these in the Master in Embedded Systems. You get the skills to model complex dynamic systems. To design and test software. And you become an expert on digital techniques and microcontrollers.
Why study Embedded Systems at HAN?
Focus on research
Our focus on applied research puts you at the forefront of innovation. So your skills and expertise will be highly sought after.
HAN collaborates with the professional field. What this means for you? An interesting network in the creative and smart industry.
Transfer directly into this master after your bachelor. No pre-master needed. So you can start building up experience straight away.
Geared to professional practice
Companies like KEMA and NXP semiconductors support the master. How? Through guest lecturers, excursions and projects.
Looking back: Online Open Day
We had our Online Open Day on 20 November. Did you miss it? Or would you like to watch one of the sessions again? No problem. You can watch them any time it suits you!
Embedded Systems: quick facts
Program: What do you learn?
This program makes you an authority on modelling and smart distributed systems. You learn to design and implement architectures for distributed embedded systems, innovation services and advanced algorithms. The aim? To solve complex tasks. The context? Control applications used in industry.
Careers: What can you do with this master of science?
As embedded systems engineer you mostly work in a team with other engineers and professionals from other disciplines. You use customer requirements and specifications to develop electronic hardware and software. The aim? To make the high-tech products of the future. Your master title shows you have the skills to manage projects. And to conduct applied research.
The Dutch way of learning : Education at HAN and in the Netherlands
The atmosphere in a Dutch classroom is quite informal and your lecturers are easy to talk to. In fact, at HAN you’re seen as a partner in the learning process. Class sizes are small and your lecturers encourage you to actively participate in class. To ask questions. To give your own opinion. They also stimulate you to be creative. And to discover things for yourself.
Why study in Holland?
Holland has a large population of international students so you won’t feel alone. In fact, 1 in 10 students is an international student. Why do so many international students come here? Because Holland has excellent, affordable higher education. It also has a thriving economy (18th in the world) so there are plenty of job opportunities. What’s more, the Dutch are open-minded and almost everyone speaks English.
Part of the Master in Engineering Systems
Control Systems is a track within the Master in Engineering Systems. So when you apply on Studielink you choose Engineering Systems. Then you indicate the track you wish to follow. In this case, Control Systems. Other tracks in the Master in Engineering Systems are: Sustainable Energy, Automotive Systems, Embedded Systems and Lean Engineering.
Study in part-time?
Want to study in part-time? Follow the modules at your own pace? You can if you are from the EU/EEA or have a valid residence permit for the Netherlands. You also need to be working in the field. The part-time program takes 3 years to complete.
Discover the city of Arnhem
Arnhem is the green and bustling capital of the province of Gelderland. With a population of around 160,000, the city has plenty to offer. Whether you’re into fashion or history, museums or pubs, concerts or nightclubs. And with its lovely green surroundings, you can also enjoy nature at its best.
HAN Arnhem campusRuitenberglaan 29
6826 CC Arnhem
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