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Marine Technology, Offshore, Engineering, Transportation, and Logistics Programs at TU Delft
Established in 1842, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is a large and one of the oldest public technical research university located in the city of Delft, Netherlands. With over 17,000 undergraduate and graduate students, and 35 masters and 14 bachelors programs, the world renowned faculties provide excellent education and research opportunities for students from Netherlands and all over the world.
TU Delft cooperates with many educational and research institutions both in the Netherlands and abroad. The high quality of the research and teaching is renowned and the numerous contacts with governments, trade associations, consultancies, industry and small and medium-sized companies helps TU Delft develop the curriculum and research in tune with the latest developments.
TU Delft is the largest and most all-round university of technology in the Netherlands. The University also enjoys a good international reputation and led the way in research into technological innovations. The teaching is always up-to-date, practical and constantly fuelled by research. TU Delft has been associated with Nobel laureates such as Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, and Simon van der Meer. TU Delft is also a member of several university federations including the IDEA League, CESAER, UNITECH, and 3TU.
- BSc in Marine Technology - MT (3 years, Dutch): The Marine Technology degree programme consists mainly of mathematics, physics and typical subject-related courses. Lectures and tutorials are interspersed with laboratory courses and projects in which you make calculations and apply these to practical situations. These projects are geared to teach you how to collaborate, present and report, which are indispensable in your later work. You will spend about seventy per cent of your time attending lectures, tutorials, laboratory courses and instruction as well as carrying out self-study. For the remaining thirty per cent, you will work on projects in a group of about eight students.
- MSc in Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics - TIL (2 years, English): This program provides graduates with a comprehensive view of the field of transport, infrastructure and logistics. TIL offers you courses and projects to acquire knowledge, insights, and skills in the broad area of traffic (the movement of vehicles), transport (the movement of passengers and freight), infrastructure (roads, railways and harbors) and logistics (the organization behind freight movements and transshipments both within and between industrial complexes).
- MSc in Marine Technology - MT (2 years, English): This program gives future engineers the knowledge and skills they need to handle the entire process of design, construction, production and operation of these ships and marine systems. Marine Technology offers two master track - Science, which is focused at the more fundamental side of Marine Technology and Design Production and Operation, which focuses more on the interaction and integration between disciplines.
- MSc in Offshore & Dredging Engineering (2 years, English): The overall objective of the Delft University of Technology Offshore & Dredging Engineering is to prepare its participants to work in and later lead teams of engineers designing all sorts of man-made objects to be used in localized areas of the (deeper) sea. The program consists of four specializations: Bottom Founded Structures, Arctic & Wind; Floating Offshore Structures; Structural Design & Analysis and Dredging Engineering, Trenching & Deepsea Mining.
- MSc in Mechanical Engineering - Transport Engineering and Logistics Track (2 years, English): In this track there is a strong emphasis on solving current and foreseen challenges in industry, using scientific, practical and applied knowledge. All aspects of transport engineering in the transport and marine industries are addressed including, harbors, airports, container and bulk terminals, ships, material handling, intermodal transport networks and production and distribution systems.
LAST UPDATED ON Nov 22, 2017