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Bachelor in Electrical Systems

Bachelor in Electrical Systems

Bachelor in Electrical Systems

Bachelor in Electrical Systems

  • Duration:
    4 years

  • Lecture hours:
    Daily sessions
    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Language of Instruction:
    English, Dutch

  • Type:
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    Bachelor in Engineering

  • Program Coordinator:
    Ir. Ramphis Schoop

  • Faculty:
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    Faculty of Technical Engineering

Tuition Fees:

  • ANG 5,100 per year (tuition fee)

  • ANG 1,000 per year (books, software, licenses)
    ANG 500 exam tuition (year 4)

Studying Electrical Systems at the UoC

Studying Electrical Systems at the UoC

Future-proof IT professionals
Every one of us uses electricity without thinking twice you turn on the light, you call someone, you take a glass of water from the fridge, turn on you air conditioning. Our societies can no longer function without electricity. During the Electrical and Computer Engineering program, we train future-proof electrical engineers. You will learn how to independently solve electrical engineering problems with a sharp eye for efficiency, safety and sustainability. There’s no lack of challenges in the field of electrical engineering. The development of electrical cars, fossil fuels and sustainable energy generation are hot topics that you’ll be dealing with during this program.

Academics - Bachelor in Electrical Systems

Advantages
There are good contacts with the local business community, which is why we are able to keep up with current developments in the working field. Our program is regularly benchmarked with foreign educational institutes. With the help of information from the business community and educational institutes, the UoC maintains the educational program at a high level. The field of Electrical Engineering can be divided into two main directions, which correspond to the two specializations:

Academics - Bachelor in Electrical Systems

Electrical power systems
The Electrical Energy Technique considers flows and tensions primarily as carriers of energy. The emphasis is on everything that is needed to generate and deliver energy in an uninterrupted and safe way, to convert mechanical energy into electrical
energy and vice versa and to control and regulate capacities with the help of semiconductors and the use of renewable energy sources.

Telematics
In Telematics the transfer and processing of information is key. In addition, extensive attention is paid to the most important applications in the field of telecommunications, such as telephony, data communication, computer networks and the internet. We focus on applications in the field of computer science, such as computer technology, programming and computer operating systems.

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Advantages of a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Systems

Advantages of a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Systems

  • Accredited by the NVAO
  • Possibility to do internships abroad
  • Collaborations with international institutes allowing travel & international project collaborations
  • Learn by doing
  • Access to state of the art technical labs
  • Strong ties with local business community

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