Graduated and then?
After graduation there are several options for graduated engineers of the Master's Program Systems and Control. They can choose for a career in business or a scientific career.
After graduating from the Master's Program Systems and Control you can opt for a PhD program whereby you will be working for the department and have an important position: to uphold the reputation and continuity of the research of department. A PhD program lasts for four years, after which you will gain your doctorate title (Dr.).
After gaining your Master's degree in a technological field and a stringent selection process, you can take a designer's program. The program leads to a Professional Doctorate in Engineering degree.
During your program you will increase your technological knowledge, but you also learn how to apply it in practice. The designer's programs consist of two parts. You first follow a year of advanced education to prepare you for a major design project lasting from eight to twelve months. Under the supervision of experienced professionals, you will take part in a large-scale, multidisciplinary project in a leading company.
Graduated engineers of the Master's Program Systems and Control can take up a broad range of positions. There is a strong demand for them, both in the Eindhoven region and further afield. Especially in Eindhoven and the surrounding area there are numerous large and small high-tech companies working in the field of positioning systems and vehicle subsystems. In addition, many graduates of this Master's degree program will find employment in the automotive, energy and process industry, in engineering companies, in research institutes and in the software industry.