Our faculty collaborates with several organisations, for example:

Cyber Security Academy

Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and The Hague University of Applied Sciences have combined their knowledge and expertise in education for professionals in the field of cyber security in the Cyber Security Academy The Hague (CSA). The CSA initiates and stimulates the development and supervises the implementation of innovative Master’s degree programmes, several shorter courses and tailored tracks in the field of cyber security. At the CSA scholars and lecturers together with experts from private and public sectors translate issues on cyber security into a varied range of multidisciplinary learning tracks for highly educated professionals.

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Center for Port Innovation and Regional Development

Port Research Centre Rotterdam-Delft

IPSE Studies


TPM Consortium

On 19 June 2002, TPM added its signature to a declaration of intention for cooperation, thereby establishing the so-called TPM Consortium in coordination with the following prestigious partners:

The Global Technology of Management Consortium

The following institutes participate in this consortium:



Almost all universities in Europe participate in this programme.


In addition to the above universities, the UNITECH programme also has participants in the international corporate sector, including Hilti AG, the Roche Group, ABB, Schindler Aufzuge AG, Shell, TNT Post Group, IBM, Mappei, Pirelli Cables, Philips and Siemens. The programme is designed to give outstanding fourth and fifth-year engineering students an opportunity to complete a one-year programme abroad, with the ultimate aim of developing a pool of potential top managers within the international business community. TPM is the international pioneer of UNITECH, and bears academic responsibility for the programme within TU Delft itself.

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