Graduated. And then?

The Care and Cure field is multifaceted. It encompasses research, development and the manufacture of components, equipment, materials and systems. Moreover, it comprises both hardware and software, electronics, signal processing, energy technology and electromagnetism. The commercial operation of applications also falls within the field. You can, for example, work for a manufacturer of medical equipment, for a hospital or for a service provider.

Employment is similarly easy to find outside the immediate Care and Cure sector: within a couple of months on average graduates in Electrical Engineering have found a job, almost always at university level. Starting salaries are high.

Further study or a doctoral study
After your Master’s degree program you can choose to do a two-year designer program SAI-ICT or to obtain a doctorate in the Department of Electrical Engineering.

Read the interview with one of our alumni.