|Application deadline:||Start in 1 February: February (non-EEA: February). Start in 1 September: September (non-EEA: September).|
|Tuition fee:|| |
|Start date:||March 2015, September 2015, March 2016|
|Credits (ECTS):||120 ECTS|
|Duration full-time:||24 months|
|More information:||Go to university website|
|Student interaction:||Online group works/assignments|
|Attendance:||Regular mandatory meetings|
|Teacher support:||Continuous support with feedback on request|
The interaction between computer science (software)and electrical engineering (hardware) requires an integrated approach. You'll have to draw on knowledge of both software and hardware.
Embedded systems: you will find these in dozens of products that we use every day, such as television sets and copiers. The combination of computer science (software) and electrical engineering (hardware) in these types of equipment requires an integrated approach towards the design process. And that in turn requires a new type of engineer who has a knowledge of both software and hardware. The emphasis of the Master's degree program in Embedded Systems lies on the design of efficient and reliable systems. In order to be able to construct reliable protocols for the behavior of complex software systems, you need to have knowledge of algorithms, performance, hardware and design and documentation methods. These subjects are all covered during the Master's program. You also need an understanding of the variability and maintainability of these protocols. These aspects are covered in the compulsory element of the Master's program. The Master's program in Embedded Systems is a joint program of the 3TU Federation: a collaboration between the 3 universities of technology in the Netherlands.
Types of teaching (in year 1):
This programme consists of 30% distance learning
This programme has a workload of 120 ECTS.
Honors program CSE:
The Honors program is aimed at excellent students from one of the Master programs.
Previous education: BSc in computer science or electrical engineering. Sufficient knowledge of continuous and discrete mathematics.
Written request: Letter of motivation
Grade average: For admission a minimum of 75% CGPA. For entry to Amandus H. Lundqvist Scholarship Program (ALSP) a minimum of 80% CGPA.
Additional language requirements:
|TOEFL paper-based test score :||550|
|TOEFL iBT® test:||90|
Accredited by: NVAO in: The Netherlands
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