How can we construct machines using less material? And how can we get these machines to run on renewable energy? And what about human-machine interaction? The future holds great challenges for mechanical engineers. Join us in this challenge and study mechanical engineering at HAN!Why study Mechanical Engineering at HAN?You’ve probably seen loads of mechanical engineering courses advertisedonline. Courses offered in countries all over the world. Still deciding where to study mechanical engineering? We’ve made it easy for you. Here are some of the things our students value about studying Mechanical Engineering at HAN in the Netherlands.Truly hands-on approach.You apply theory to practice in loads of exciting mechanical engineering projects.Lecturers with real-world experience.Our lecturers have worked as researchers and for commercial enterprises. This means you get the most up-to-date information and techniques in mechanical engineering.Graduates with mechanical engineering jobs at top international companies. – Constructional design (Besi, DAF, Scania, Hyster, IHC, Marel, ASML, NXP)- Energy systems design (Bosch, Nefit, Atag, Hyet, Nuon)- Health-care applications (Philips)- Production facilities and automation (Heinz-Kraft, Mars, Festo).
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- Full Time
Secondary education / high school diploma that is equivalent to Dutch standards. Also it needs to show satisfactory grades in these subjects: English , Physics and Mathematics.
For the EU students, the lowered tuition fee is € 1,157. The lowered tuition fee applies only in the first year of study. In your following years of study, you pay the regular tuition fee.
Application deadline for EU students is August 15.
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning