Electrical Engineering

Technische Universiteit Delft

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Deze opleiding

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locatieDelft
diplomaMSc Electrical Engineering
typeregulier, 120 EC
start1 september
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur2 jaar voltijd
accreditatiesNVAO
croho-code60353
heeft geen numerus fixus
geen honoursprogramma

Studieprogramma

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tracks

track Telecommunications & Sensing Systems

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Telecommunications and remote sensing systems form an integral and essential part of modern society for high speed distribution of fast increasing vast amounts of data and for the collecting essential environmental information.New amenities like the internet, smartphones and digital TV have become available in a very short period of time. Nowadays, it is easy for anyone to exchange any type of information by wired and wireless media at any time and any place. The rise of social media has a significant impact on the bandwidth needed. Safeguarding security and privacy are important social themes, while consumers are asking for smaller and more energy-efficient devices.

Telecommunication engineers develop and manage transmission systems, protocols, networks and services for short-range applications like Wifi and RFID, but also for future mobile and optical fibre networks covering the whole world. Another domain of this master is that of extremely high frequency (microwave and THz) applications and observation systems, including radar and remote sensing technologies for such varied tasks as safety scanners, weather forecasting and inspection of crops.

track Electrical Sustainable Engineering

Electricity is the most flexible and efficient source of energy to power mankind..

If we improve the exploitation of sustainable energy sources, electricity is sure to play a leading role throughout the foreseeable future.In the decades to come, a revolution will unfold in the generation and delivery of electrical power, driven by the large-scale introduction of renewable and distributed power generation, the need for environmentally-friendly and sustainable components and the liberalisation of the energy markets.

Electrical power engineers are needed in order to design new components with an eye towards sustainable materials and efficient conversion processes, as well as to integrate them into a smart and adaptable electricity infrastructure.

track Microelectronics

Microelectronics play a crucial role in all fields of innovation.

The ever-increasing demand for processing power, sensing capabilities and miniaturisation makes microelectronics the most innovative field of all.

For example:

  • Chipmakers are pushed to develop new and reliable processes that allow the integration of hundreds of millions (or even billons) of transistors onto a single microchip.
  • Analogue designers are challenged to build accurate circuits from clearly non-ideal transistors.
  • Digital designers face problems with regard to the design, layout and testing of highly complex circuits.
  • System designers must meet the requirements of application environments that are often multidisciplinary.

track Signals and Systems

Electronics are increasingly being integrated into everyday items and everyday life.

Chips, sensors and antennas can be found in consumer electronics products (e.g. portable audio players, HDTV and DVB-H receivers) and communication devices (e.g. mobile phones, home appliances and cars), as well as in sophisticated equipment for science and industry (e.g. radar systems, control systems for robots, and medical systems).

Signal analysis and processing plays an important role in these electronic systems, being crucial to the acquisition of signals and the extraction and interpretation the information that the signals are presumed to carry. Signal processing is also used to interpret the nature of physical processes based on the observation of either a signal or the manner in which the process alters the characteristics of a signal. Electrical engineers who specialise in signals and systems design and develop electronic systems over a wide range of applications. Examples include the development of medical equipment (e.g. hearing aids or MRI scanners), wireless communication systems, radar and remote-sensing systems, large antenna arrays for radio astronomy and control systems (e.g. adaptive optics or the control of swarms of satellites).

Onderwijs

taal van onderwijs100% en
onderwijsopzet40% zelfstudie
30% theorie
30% praktijk
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Toelating en studiekosten

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startmomenten

1 september 2019
aanmelding deadline : 1 april 2019
collegegeld nog niet bekend
inbegrepen in collegegeld
cost of living

estimated monthly costs

bron: Nibud
bedragkostenpost
312kamerhuur in Delftrond het landelijk gemiddelde
22internet+tv
152boodschappen/kostgeld
32telefoon
117verzekeringen
158collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar
80studieboeken en -spullen
29drinken/snoep/snacks
77uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen
30contributies/abonnementen
132vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie
42vervoernaast de OV-kaart
45overig

€ 1180totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181
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Studenten en studentenleven

studentaantallen

389 studenten volgen deze opleiding
20% daarvan is vrouw
104 eerstejaars gestart in 2017
27% daarvan is vrouw
22199 studenten aan de Technische Universiteit Delft
26% daarvan is vrouw
bron: StudieData

studievereniging

Electrotechnische Vereeniging
De Electrotechnische Vereeniging is opgericht in 1906 en heeft ten doel het behartigen van de belangen van studenten elektrotechniek aan de Technische Universiteit Delft

Op kamers in Delft

23597studenten studerend
12824studenten woonachtig   
€ 312gemiddelde kamerprijs
kamer betaalbaarheid
21 m2gemiddelde kameroppervlak
kamer beschikbaarheid
bron: Nationale Studenten Enquête

aan het woord: studenten en docenten

Ananthakrishnan Ramkumar
The most appealing aspect about this program is the freedom and flexibility offered.

I joined the MSc Telecommunications program in TU Delft as I wanted to gain deeper knowledge in the area of wireless communications and networking. The most appealing aspect about this program is the freedom and flexibility offered. The MSc Telecommunications track provides broad array of interesting courses to choose from. The curriculum is of high standard and quite intensive.

Professors are more than happy to answer our questions and are open to suggestions from students on the course organization...


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Thijs Wensveen
Being interested in a very broad range of aspects in this field, I wanted to proceed in a direction that would not limit my broad view.

After finishing the Electrical Engineering (EE) Bachelor at TU Delft, my enthusiasm for EE was even bigger than when I started. Being interested in a very broad range of aspects in this field, I wanted to proceed in a direction that would not limit my broad view. During orientation about Master programs, I noticed that the new track Signals and Systems offered a relatively wide range of course topics.

Signal processing has always been an integral part of all fields in EE and this track also seemed to satisfy my great interest in control engineering...
The program also offers enough space to go abroad for an interested internship.

I have never regretted choosing Signals and Systems and my motivation has even grown significantly after starting this MSc track. I couldn't have made a better choice!


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Miki Trifunovic
You can actually produce your own microelectronic devices in the cleanrooms

The advances that electronics have made throughout the years are amazing; being a part of it is truly a privilege.

My name is Miki Trifunovic and I chose the Master track Microelectronics. It is the design, fabrication and testing of small scale electronics. Within Microelectronics there is a large range of directions that you could follow: from analog to digital and from the component technology to high-level system design...
In this way, I have chosen two directions: Technology, and Microsystem Design.

Delft University of Technology has a great reputation and has a high quality education system. As a Microelectronics student, there is an additional advantage: you can actually produce your own microelectronic devices in the cleanrooms. All this have left me without a doubt that I made the right choice.


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Elisabeth Vandeventer
Personally, I very much enjoyed the courses in the High Voltage Lab because this is such an impressive building and its quite unique that students are allowed to use it.

I am very interested in the world of electricity and the electrical network and that's why I decided to do a Master's programme in Electrical Power Engineering. I moved to the Netherlands two years ago, after I finished my Bachelor's degree in Paris. I was eager to study at TU Delft as the university is known to be one of the best technical universities in Europe.

The MSc track Electrical Power Engineering exceeded my expectations since I really enjoyed the possibility to orientate myself in so many directions...
Therefore, my advice for new students of the EPE track would be: take a look at all the available courses that are given beforehand, to make sure you don't miss out on a course that could have been very interesting for you.

Personally, I very much enjoyed the courses in the High Voltage Lab because this is such an impressive building and its quite unique that students are allowed to use it. I would really recommend this MSc track to other students, as the career opportunities are extensive. Recently, I started a traineeship at Alliander, a large Dutch energy network company. I feel in control of my own career and future and my personal development opportunities are close to endless. I am truly enjoying it!


lees verder ...
Yanquan Luo
werkzaam als researcher and PhD candidate bij University of Ulm
If I have to give some advice to the prospective students, I would say: find your passion and concentrate on it

When I was a child, I was always curious about the world inside a chip, and always wanted to know why a tiny piece of semiconductor can become so powerful. To dig into this, I chose Microelectronics as my major in my bachelor program in China. Before finishing my bachelor program, I told one professor who I admired a lot that I planned to continue my study in Microelectronics in Europe, and asked him which European university he recommended. He said TU Delft immediately. Therefore, I chose TU Delft for my master study. Of course, my master major was still Microelectronic...
Although a lot of knowledge in class was already taught in my bachelor program, I really enjoyed those lectures, especially the way the lecturers explained the knowledge. In the second year of my master program, I conducted my master thesis in the campus. After working on my thesis for a few months, I was asked to switch my subject from the one I was interested in to another one I was less interested in. That was a pity. Thanks to my daily supervisor, I still learnt a lot from the topic I was less interested in.

After I got my master degree from TU Delft, I didn't start work immediately. Instead, I took a few months' gap to travel around and to think about my future plan. Thanks to the education I got from TU Delft as well as from the other schools I attended before, I got three options for my first job. These three working opportunities were from three different countries: the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Although the Netherlands is a lovely country, I went to Germany because I would like to experience the life in different countries. I work as a researcher on integrated mixed-signal circuit design in the institute of Microelectronics in a German university; once I complete my project, I will be granted a PhD degree.

It has been more than one year since I graduated from TU Delft. I still miss the unique atmosphere there. And I always highly appreciate that the education I got from TU Delft well prepares me for my career. I would choose TU Delft again if I were given a second chance to choose my master programme university.

I don't have a lot of working experience yet, but if I have to give some advice to the prospective students, I would say: find your passion and concentrate on it.


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afgestudeerd in 1977 werkzaam als Manager Export Control & Configuration Management bij Thales Nederland BV - Secure Communications & Information Systems, Huizen
Never be afraid to change jobs or employers, but also never hesitate to look for and create new opportunities in your existing environment. It is the fun and challenges that count, wherever they are.

I am Hans Elferink. I spent five memorable years in Delft, studying Electrotechnical Engineering (as it was then called) between 1972 and 1977. Computers were huge noisy machines that swallowed punched cards and talked back via black screens with green dots. Professors did not have first names (or at least, no one dared using them) and annual university fee was about € 100.

After I graduated, I spent a year and a half as an officer at the Royal Netherlands Airforce. A great time which enabled me to see how I could deploy my newly learnt skills...
Over the years, the parent corporation of the company I worked for changed several times, always bringing new and challenging environments. We are now part of the international Thales Group, headquartered in Paris, France with a workforce in the Netherlands of some 2,000 of which about 50% is educated at Masters level. The division I work for, supplies professional electronic communications and security systems.

On paper, I am still with my first employer. Actually, that employer has constantly been evolving, changing, growing, shrinking, developing, entering new markets …. which brought me great opportunities (some of which I created myself). I traveled the world, co-operated with interesting companies and met with many inspiring colleagues.

My own role moved away from technology into the commercial world and middle management: Sales Support Engineer, Bid Manager, Business Developer, Marketing & Sales Manager, Capture Leader. These last years, I acted as Manager Contracts, Export Control and Configuration Management. In addition, and a well meant recommendation to all, I held many 'auxiliary jobs' like chairman of the Works Council ('Ondernemingsraad'), Business Ethics trainer, author of the company's Continuity Plan ('what to do when the company burns down?') and co‑director of a company promotion movie.

Never be afraid to change jobs or employers, but also never hesitate to look for and create new opportunities in your existing environment. It is the fun and challenges that count, wherever they are.


lees verder ...
Max Kopijn
afgestudeerd in 1976 werkzaam als Retired business counselor bij Max Kopijn Advies
The advice I would give prospective students is to invest in their initial skills and dreams

Having a talent for beta sciences, I was prone to enter Delft University in September 1969. The first step on the moon in July 1969 was the culmination of what mankind could do with the help of IT, and for me strengthened my choice.

The cross-correlation between electronics and mathematics and the obligatory business economics program during the second year, formed the basis for my successful career in international business consulting...
All with great joy and excitement.

The advice I would give prospective students is to invest in their initial skills and dreams. Make no compromises for whatever materialistic benefits, especially during the start of your career.


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Keuzehulp

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Studievergelijker

1/9 TU Delft
Electrical Engineering
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
104 eerstejaars
26% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
2/9 TU Delft
Signals and Systems
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
104 eerstejaars
26% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
3/9 TU Delft
Microelectronics
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
104 eerstejaars
26% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
4/9 TU Delft
Telecommunications & Sensing Systems
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
104 eerstejaars
26% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
5/9 TU Delft
Electrical Power Engineering
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
104 eerstejaars
26% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
6/9 TUe
Smart Electrical Networks and Systems (SENSE)
gemiddelde kamerhuur
25 eerstejaars
32% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
7/9 TUe
Electrical Engineering
€ 280 gemiddelde kamerhuur
25 eerstejaars
32% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
8/9 TUe
Care and Cure for Electrical Engineering
€ 280 gemiddelde kamerhuur
25 eerstejaars
32% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
9/9 Universiteit Twente
Electrical Engineering
€ 250 gemiddelde kamerhuur
19 eerstejaars
5% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
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