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University of Twente

Degree type
BSc
Language of education
English (100%)
Duration
36 months
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Education type
Fulltime
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Accreditations
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Type of institution
Research University
City
Enschede

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Monique Parfitt

Monique Parfitt

Course Title:Advanced Technology
Name:Monique Parfitt
Nationality:Dutch

Hi, my name’s Monique Parfitt and I’m a second-year Advanced Technology student.

I used to live in Heemstede, a town near Haarlem, but when I realized Advanced Technology was the perfect degree program for me, I decided to move to Enschede. Now I live in a big student house on campus. Sixteen of us live together in the flat, all of us students of different ages and doing various degrees.

Maybe you’re wondering what made me choose Advanced Technology and not one of the other degree programs in Enschede, or maybe even somewhere else! Well, I really couldn’t find the right program for me when I was at secondary school. I ordered loads of different kinds of brochures of almost every program you can imagine, but I just couldn’t find ‘the one’. I liked them all, but there was never that spark of recognition that made me think ‘this is it for me’.

So I had to limit my demands, but I wasn’t capable of doing this on my own. So, my parents sent me off to do a test which would give me recommendations about what kind of studies would suit me, on the basis of my capabilities and interests. The test results indicated that there wasn’t anything specific that I really liked, but there were some things I disliked. The results recommended I do something technical, because apparently – even though my grades in secondary school didn’t reflect this – I’m technically-minded. So, I started to look at different technical degree programs, but they all specialized right from the start…

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