For a physicist physical phenomena are fascinating questions to investigate. As an student you apply your knowledge of these phenomena in new technological developments.
The program gives you the opportunity to get involved in physical phenomena, new technologies, and measurement methods. These are based on technical applications of physical principles in the most diverse disciplines. The course consists to a large extent of internships, so that you will learn how to apply your technical and scientific knowledge in a research environment. The Applied Physics department opts for an integrated approach to teaching and research at an internationally competitive level. An important characteristic is the fact that the program is strongly focused on building bridges between fundamental science and technological applications. This is made possible by the strong contacts that the department maintains with the high-tech companies in the Eindhoven region, as well as in the rest of the Netherlands and beyond. A large part of this program consists of elective courses and internships.The extensive freedom of choice means you can, to a large extent, define the content of your study program to match your own preferences.
Programme internationalization: * Studying abroad is optional.
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* The percentage of foreign teachers: 0%
* The percentage of students abroad: 0%
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This programme has a workload of 120 ECTS.
Scholarships / Grants:
Eindhoven University of Technology:
Scholarships are awarded by the TU/e and institutes situated in the Eindhoven region and the rest of the Netherlands (NL): ASML, NXP, Océ, Vredestein and Philips. The scholarships are awarded to students with the best grades from their previous education at respected universities outside NL.
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