Are you ready to learn how to implement technologies and make an impact as a professional? This is your chance! From September 2024, Avans University of Applied Sciences will launch the brand new Master of Science (MSc) in Materials & Energy Transition (MET) in collaboration with the technical Academies and Centre of Expertise MNEXT. 

Register here for the next orientation webinar:
Tuesday, May 14, 2024 – 7 PM (CEST) 

Publication date
2 May 2024

In this English-taught two-year master, you will apply scientific knowledge and technology for clients of real-world projects. You do not need a pre-master’s degree! The master’s programme is open to students with a technical bachelor’s degree. From ALST, it is particularly interesting for ESSET, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, but this could also be an interesting track for BML students with experience and interest in industrial biotechnology. 

A few reasons why you can’t miss out on this master: 

  1. Make impact: Learn how to create engineering solutions that promote the energy transition and circular economy. You will be trained to become a professional who can really make a difference in the world. 
  1. Interdisciplinary: The connection between materials and energy is crucial for the future. In this master, you will learn from different disciplines and be ready to tackle complex challenges. 
  1. Future-oriented education: At Avans University of Applied Sciences, we believe in co-creation and practice-based learning. With input from all academies involved, we have put together a programme that prepares you for the challenges of the future 

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