New curriculum of the Hanze University Groningen successfully launched! Faculty and students from around the world, a unique concept and practice-oriented project work these are tags that are written large on the Hanze Institute of technology (HIT) in the Netherlands. There, you can study the new Bachelor advanced sensor applications since this year. The language of instruction is English and the study concept future. In the course of studies, students receive insights in the application areas of sensor technology, for example in the transport sector or in medicine. The students research, experiment and develop in many different disciplines, what fundamentally this course from other engineering courses. From world famous companies, such as shell, promoted the students work project-based with the cooperating companies.
Practical studies and early contacts with companies started fast in the later working life the students. “Talented students are here to” Home feel”, according to a brochure of the newly established HIT. The HIT is looking for the best graduates from all over Europe. Who studied at the HIT, experienced President of the Hanze University Groningen according to Henk Pijlman, “a unique international learning experience” is one of the HIT. Rien Herber company Shell, which is one of the numerous cooperation partners of the HIT, complemented over the higher ACEs: “This region in the Netherlands has already an international flair”. The Hanze Institute of technology will search for graduates of different Nations with good academic achievement in science.
The annual tuition fees are 1,565 euros this year. One does not know an access restriction (NC) like in Germany in the Netherlands.