Maastricht University Engineering is developing new programs within its Faculty of Science and Engineering to educate the engineer of the future: multidisciplinary and able to bridge the gap between various engineering disciplines and the circular economy.
Bakir Bulic of Maastricht University about education and human capital:
To facilitate the different pathways leading up to the greenhouse gas emission reduction target by 2050, broadly schooled graduates with the ability to work on interdisciplinary challenges are needed. Our programs will have a strong link to the activities on the Chemelot industrial site and the Brightlands Chemelot Campus.
While aiming to tailor to the specific needs of Brightsite, the programs will foster a critical attitude of students and maintain the high-level standards of all Maastricht University programs.
Key elements of our educational approach are:
- Open curriculum
- Innovative teaching
- Problem-Based Learning
- Research-Based Learning
- Small-scale learning environment
- International classroom
For more information have a look at: program line 6: Education and human capital.