Solve current issues using innovative technology
So you’ve graduated from Mechanical Engineering—now what?
Most Bachelor’s graduates choose to continue their studies, but you can also dive straight into the industry.
On completing this programme, you have all the tools you need as a mechanical engineer of the future. You learn analytical skills and technical knowledge, but also the creativity required to make an impact on society. You can conduct a comprehensive analysis, compile and calculate a package of requirements, and produce a final product—everything you need to get to the bottom of a technological problem and come up with an inventive solution.
What can you do after your Bachelor’s degree?
Further your education
Want to continue studying after your Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering? You can choose from a range of continuing Master’s programmes. At VU Amsterdam, you can move on to the Master’s in Biomedical Technology and Physics. In this programme, which revolves around medical physics, biophysics and clinical technology, you work on biomedical engineering solutions to healthcare issues. Another great option is the Master’s in Science Business and Innovation, in which you learn to integrate the scientific and business sides of innovations.
You can also opt for a Master’s at the University of Twente. To further specialise in mechanical engineering, you can choose the Master’s in Mechanical Engineering. If sustainability piques your interest, the Master’s in Sustainable Energy Technology might be right for you.
Start your career
With a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, you have excellent prospects. Highly educated technicians are in great demand in the Netherlands, and doors will open for you in many sectors and professions: the automobile and aircraft industry, healthcare, machine construction, the electronics industry, the chemical industry.
- maintenance engineer
- production manager
- environmental analyst