ECTS points
120
Education type
Master program
Duration
2 year
Language
Dutch
Degree
Master of Science

Everyone has a similar story: that one incredible teacher in secondary school who was able to convey his or her passion for the subject like no other. The Master’s Science Education and Communication (SEC) at the Eindhoven School of Education is your chance to become such a teacher. This program is taught in Dutch and trains you to become a first-grade teacher for secondary schools in the Netherlands in one of five school subjects: Computer Science, Physics, Research & Design (R&D, Technasium), Chemistry or Mathematics. 

The program is building on top of your expertise in computer science, physics, R&D, chemistry or mathematics. In addition to theoretical courses, you gain pedagogical knowledge and skills. You learn the latter two in practice through working experience as a teacher at a secondary school. 

Passion for your field of expertise 
You can become a teacher if you enjoy and are able to effectively pass on the passion for your field to others. You get satisfaction from inspiring young people. You are approachable and you are able to communicate easily and clearly. These characteristics suit this line of work as a teacher, but you may possess vastly different qualities, making you the perfect teacher. 

The Master’s Science Education and Communication at TU/e is one of a kind. It is the only educational Master’s allow a predefined program or a trajectory via our Learning Studio. Here, you can set your own learning objectives and fully design your own educational pathway with individual study programs and broad intake options. 

Do you enjoy sharing the passion for your field with students and do you enjoy seeing your students gain the same sense of satisfaction, thanks to you? If you would like to benefit from the broad intake possibilities and the individual study program that the Eindhoven University of Technology offers, the Science Education and Communication master is the one for you!

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This program is NVAO-accredited. In the Netherlands, the NVAO assesses the internal quality assurance of universities and colleges and the quality of their programs.