Electrical Engineering plays a role in everything involving electricity and magnetism. For instance, in the development of electrical motors for cars or the design of the very latest wireless chips for cell phones. Electrical Engineering is crucial in almost every modern technology: from reading information on a DVD to signal processing in medical equipment. At TU/e, for instance, we focus on wireless energy transfer. What does that mean for the future? Suppose the battery of your cell phone or tablet is always fully charged, then you won’t need a separate charger. And you can use your TV anywhere because you won’t have to plug it in!AutomotiveOur world faces numerous social challenges presented by the everlasting demand for mobility and the impact this has on space and environment. TU/e believes that technology is the answer to resolve the negative aspects. The Automotive major meets the demands of society on the automotive sector. You learn the basics of all the relevant parts of the car, so you can understand the car as a system. Because of this knowledge you contribute to innovations on smarter, cleaner and safer cars.
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- Full Time
American high School diploma with the advanced placements courses and examinations in Mathematics and Physics, European Baccalaureate or International Baccalaureate.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning