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Science and technology are critically important in modern society - they are of great influence in people's lives. It is important that knowledge of technological developments and the scientific method is widely available and fine-tuned for various target groups. Young people need this knowledge to understand the world and make a career. Industry needs it to be aware of developments that will improve and create products, raise output, and enhance the standard of living. Journalists need it to write informatively. Politicians need it to make well balanced decisions and improve citizens' standards of living.

To provide information about such complex matters as science and technology, there is a demand for specialists who combine expertise in science and technology with expertise in education and communication. Science is complex; it often needs rephrasing, interpreting, translating and evaluating in order to reach 'the other party' effectively and to create conditions for a true dialogue. 

The 4TU MSc in Science Education and Communication seeks to create the science education and communication experts who can do exactly this.

There are two tracks within the MSc programme Science Education and Communication:

Science Communication (language of instruction English)

This brochure focuses on the science communication track of the MSc programme. As a science communication specialist you will be in a position to facilitate dialogue and effective knowledge transfer between scientists and engineers, and key-players in industry and government. You will also be able to inform the general public and involve young people in the world of science and technology development. In addition, you will function as a bridge between science and technology, and society at large, thus helping society to make informed choices in the technological field.

Science Education (language of instruction Dutch)

More information on the 4TU science education track can be found at www.tulo.tudelft.nl (Delft University of Technology), 
www.utwente.nl/master (University of Twente), or www.esoe.nl (Eindhoven University of Technology). The science education track prepares primarily for a teaching position in upper secondary schools within the Dutch educational system. 

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Science and technology are critically important in modern society - they are of great influence in people's lives. It is important that knowledge of technological developments and the scientific method is widely available and fine-tuned for various target groups. Young people need this knowledge to understand the world and make a career. Industry needs it to be aware of developments that will improve and create products, raise output, and enhance the standard of living. Journalists need it to write informatively. Politicians need it to make well balanced decisions and improve citizens' standards of living.

To provide information about such complex matters as science and technology, there is a demand for specialists who combine expertise in science and technology with expertise in education and communication. Science is complex; it often needs rephrasing, interpreting, translating and evaluating in order to reach 'the other party' effectively and to create conditions for a true dialogue. 

The 4TU MSc in Science Education and Communication seeks to create the science education and communication experts who can do exactly this.

There are two tracks within the MSc programme Science Education and Communication:

Science Communication (language of instruction English)

This brochure focuses on the science communication track of the MSc programme. As a science communication specialist you will be in a position to facilitate dialogue and effective knowledge transfer between scientists and engineers, and key-players in industry and government. You will also be able to inform the general public and involve young people in the world of science and technology development. In addition, you will function as a bridge between science and technology, and society at large, thus helping society to make informed choices in the technological field.

Science Education (language of instruction Dutch)

More information on the 4TU science education track can be found at www.tulo.tudelft.nl (Delft University of Technology), 
www.utwente.nl/master (University of Twente), or www.esoe.nl (Eindhoven University of Technology). The science education track prepares primarily for a teaching position in upper secondary schools within the Dutch educational system. 

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Science and technology are critically important in modern society - they are of great influence in people's lives. It is important that knowledge of technological developments and the scientific method is widely available and fine-tuned for various target groups. Young people need this knowledge to understand the world and make a career. Industry needs it to be aware of developments that will improve and create products, raise output, and enhance the standard of living. Journalists need it to write informatively. Politicians need it to make well balanced decisions and improve citizens' standards of living.

To provide information about such complex matters as science and technology, there is a demand for specialists who combine expertise in science and technology with expertise in education and communication. Science is complex; it often needs rephrasing, interpreting, translating and evaluating in order to reach 'the other party' effectively and to create conditions for a true dialogue. 

The 4TU MSc in Science Education and Communication seeks to create the science education and communication experts who can do exactly this.

There are two tracks within the MSc programme Science Education and Communication:

Science Communication (language of instruction English)

This brochure focuses on the science communication track of the MSc programme. As a science communication specialist you will be in a position to facilitate dialogue and effective knowledge transfer between scientists and engineers, and key-players in industry and government. You will also be able to inform the general public and involve young people in the world of science and technology development. In addition, you will function as a bridge between science and technology, and society at large, thus helping society to make informed choices in the technological field.

Science Education (language of instruction Dutch)

More information on the 4TU science education track can be found at www.tulo.tudelft.nl (Delft University of Technology), 
www.utwente.nl/master (University of Twente), or www.esoe.nl (Eindhoven University of Technology). The science education track prepares primarily for a teaching position in upper secondary schools within the Dutch educational system. 

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Science and technology are critically important in modern society - they are of great influence in people's lives. It is important that knowledge of technological developments and the scientific method is widely available and fine-tuned for various target groups. Young people need this knowledge to understand the world and make a career. Industry needs it to be aware of developments that will improve and create products, raise output, and enhance the standard of living. Journalists need it to write informatively. Politicians need it to make well balanced decisions and improve citizens' standards of living.

To provide information about such complex matters as science and technology, there is a demand for specialists who combine expertise in science and technology with expertise in education and communication. Science is complex; it often needs rephrasing, interpreting, translating and evaluating in order to reach 'the other party' effectively and to create conditions for a true dialogue. 

The 4TU MSc in Science Education and Communication seeks to create the science education and communication experts who can do exactly this.

There are two tracks within the MSc programme Science Education and Communication:

Science Communication (language of instruction English)

This brochure focuses on the science communication track of the MSc programme. As a science communication specialist you will be in a position to facilitate dialogue and effective knowledge transfer between scientists and engineers, and key-players in industry and government. You will also be able to inform the general public and involve young people in the world of science and technology development. In addition, you will function as a bridge between science and technology, and society at large, thus helping society to make informed choices in the technological field.

Science Education (language of instruction Dutch)

More information on the 4TU science education track can be found at www.tulo.tudelft.nl (Delft University of Technology), 
www.utwente.nl/master (University of Twente), or www.esoe.nl (Eindhoven University of Technology). The science education track prepares primarily for a teaching position in upper secondary schools within the Dutch educational system.