Informatie over BSc Courses for Exchange Students: Engineering: Biomedical-Industrial-Mechanical

Hieronder staan het programma en de vakomschrijvingen van BSc Courses for Exchange Students: Engineering: Biomedical-Industrial-Mechanical Klik op de naam van een vak in een schema om naar de omschrijving te gaan.

semester I akeuzeWBIE19001Fluid DynamicsEngels5
 keuzeWPIE18002Global Supply ChainEngels5
 keuzeWBIE15001EInternational Business Law for IEMEngels5
 keuzeWBIE15001NNederlands Bedrijfsrecht voor IEMNederlands5
 keuzeWBIE18003Operations ResearchEngels5
 keuzeWPIE18007Programming, Modelling and SimulationEngels5
semester I bkeuzeWBIE17004Mass Transfer and Reactions in Gas-liquid ReactorsEngels5
 keuzeWPIE18006Organizational Behaviour and Group DynamicsEngels5variabel
 keuzeTBOIIS-10Outlining and implementing innovation strategyEngels5
 keuzeWBIE18004Production Planning and Quality ControlEngels5
 keuzeWBIE17006Research and Design MethodologyEngels5variabel
 keuzeWPIE18008System DynamicsEngels5variabel
semester II akeuzeTBOC05EDesign and Construction for IEMEngels5
 keuzeWBIE13001Digital and Hybrid Control SystemsEngels5
 keuzeWBIE17001Industrial (Bio) TechnologyEngels5
 keuzeWPIE18004Management AccountingEngels5
 keuzeWPIE18005Materials and MoleculesEngels5
 keuzeTBMACN-11Modelling and analysis of complex networksEngels5
 keuzeWBIE17002Product Technology (IEM)Engels5
 keuzeWBIE19003Reactor EngineeringEngels5
 keuzeWBIE18005Signals and SystemsEngels5
 keuzeWBIE17005Technical Thermodynamics (IEM)Engels5
semester II bkeuzeWPIE18001B2B MarketingEngels5variabel
 keuzeTBCCC05EComputer Aided Design and ManufacturingEngels5
 keuzeTBKRT05EControl EngineeringEngels5
 keuzeWPIE18003Dynamics of Engineering SystemsEngels5
 keuzeWBIE19005Gas-Liquid Mass TransferEngels5
 keuzeWBIE19004Process Design and EquipmentEngels5
 keuzeTBPRTE-12Production TechniquesEngels5
 keuzeWBIE19002Transport Phenomena 2Engels5

These courses are available for exchange students from IEM. IEM consists of a variety of
courses from different disciplines, in the last column you will find an abbreviation that refers to the
specific discipline:
LE = Logistic Engineering
BS = Business Science
ChE = Chemical Engineering
BT = Biotechnology
SE = System Engineering
CoE = Control Engineering
EE = Electric Engineering
ME = Mechanical Engineering
G = General

o TERMS: In the Netherlands, the academic years are not only divided into semesters, but also in ‘terms’. Each semester consists of 2 terms. The 1st semester entails a term 1a and 1b (Term 1a is the 1st half of the 1st semester. Term 1b, the 2nd half of the 1st semester). Term 2a (or IIa) stands for the 1st half of the 2nd semester and 2b (or IIb) for the 2nd half of the 2nd semester.

o WORKLOAD: The strongly recommended annual study load per year consists of 60 ECTS. That is why we suggest that you take a maximum of 6 courses per semester (30 ECTS), which amounts to 3 courses (15 ECTS) per term. Attending more is very/ too demanding for most students.

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