Why study Computer Science and Engineering in Eindhoven?

Studying Computer Science and Engineering at TU/e means that you will be studying at one of Europe's very best universities. We have already performed very well in independent rankings for years. That does not mean we are full of our own importance, however. The atmosphere at our university and within the Computer Science and Engineering program is welcoming, friendly and open.

If you have any questions or you require support, then our lecturers and other staff members are here to help you at any time. That support is available as soon as you register with the Bachelor College, at which time you and your coach decide together which major suits you best and how you can make the most effective choices for your electives. And if during the first year it turns out that a different major is more suitable, you can look together with your coach as to how you can change your major during the current academic year.

The heart of Eindhoven
Our university lies in the centre of Eindhoven. Not only does that offer a wealth of opportunities for vibrant and unforgettable student living, Eindhoven also forms the hub of Europe's most important high-tech regions. Approximately 50% of research and development conducted in the Netherlands takes place within this region. Eindhoven is also home to companies and organizations such as ASML, Philips, TNO and the High Tech Campus. We enjoy close contacts with these organizations. You can imagine that all of this will be of considerable benefit to you when it comes to finding internships, graduating and finding employment. 

TU/e is located in Eindhoven city center, the center of one of the most important high-tech regions in Europe. About half the research and development in the Netherlands is conducted in this region. Examples are organization such as ASML, TNO, Vanderlande, DAF, FEI and the High Tech Campus Eindhoven with Philips, among others.

Thanks to the many contacts with the industry there are always opportunities for internships and graduation projects. There are also many employment opportunities for graduates.

The Bachelor program is well thought-out with lots of contact hours and close personal student counseling.

You follow compulsory subjects, but you're also given lots of freedom to compile your own set of subjects.