Ernst ten Heuvelhof

Ernst ten Heuvelhof
Director of Education

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Master programmes

For those students with a bachelor degree in a technical monodiscipline or in a natural science who have an interest in technology management or policy analysis, the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management offers several interesting masters in this field.

All the master programmes are given in the English language and will take two years. After graduation the titels MSc or Ir may be used. Each programme has specific admission requirements.

TPM currently offers these educational master programmes:

  • MSc Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA). EPA is an internationally oriented master programme, which focuses on current issues (grand challenges) related to energy, mobility, water, climate, safety and security, development and health. The programme educates students to become analysts who can address these issues using simulation models and data, and who can also deal with the political and strategic environment that plays an important role in these challenges. From the beginning of 2017 this programme will be located in The Hague.

  • MSc Management of Technology (MoT). The MSc Management of Technology (MOT) is an international master program which highlights the numerous aspects of technology and innovation management. This MSc program educates students with a bachelor degree in engineering as responsible decision makers, professionals and future leaders in technology-based internationally-oriented competitive business environments.  MOT engineers work as scientists, consultants or also as entrepreneurs in such environments. The programme deliberately aims at an international and diverse group of students. The programme focuses on the core themes of technology and innovation with a specific emphasis on commercialization, engineering economics, and research and reflection. MOT students have the opportunity to work hands on with technology as new technology emerges regularly from the different labs at Delft University of Technology.

  • MSc Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Management (SEPAM). This master is aimed at educating engineers who can contribute to the design and management of infrastructures and related services The programme focuses on system engineering, decision-making and management processes which rise above the level of a single organisation and which occur at the interface of the public and private sectors. SEPAM is an interdisciplinary Master. That means that the students have gained knowledge within various fields such as strategy, decision-making, management and organisations, statistics and system modelling.

Interfacultary master programme

  • Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics (TIL) Multidisciplinairy programme in the field of transport, infrastructure and logistics. This programme is offered by three faculties of TU Delft. The field of transport, infrastructure and logistics is very interdisciplinairy. This is the main reason that the three faculties work together in this programme. One of the principles in the programme is a systematic approach, in which relevant elements and relations in different cross-sections of transport, infrastructure and logistics, are important aspects of the offered courses. 

  • MSc Construction Management Engineering The master program Construction Management and Engineering (CME) offers a broad spectrum of courses focusing on the growing need for reform in the building industry. The program prepares the student for a life in the dynamic environment of the construction business by focusing on knowledge of processes, lifecycle and risk management; and contracts to name a few. Construction Management and Engineering is multidisciplinary, international orientated and is a cooperation between three faculties of TU Delft.

  • MSc Geomatics Geomatics for the Built Environment provides vital spatial knowledge about the built environment. The science Geomatics is concerned with the acquisition, analysis, management and visualisation of geographic data with the aim of gaining knowledge and a better understanding of the built and natural environments. The programme is a cooperation between different TU Delft faculties


TU Delft - TBM werkt samen met andere universiteiten in onderstaande MSc programma's:

  • MSc Sustainable Energy Technology The unique MSc Programme in Sustainable Energy Technology (SET) aims to give engineers broad knowledge in the field of energy technology. To achieve this goal a modern, flexible curriculum is offered. The programme is offered by the 4TU Federation, a consortium of the three universities of technology in the Netherlands: Delft Technical University, Technical University Eindhoven and Twente University as well as Wageningen University.

  • MSc Industrial Ecology Industrial Ecology is an emergent scientific discipline  that promotes a systemic approach to human problems, integrating technical, environmental and social aspects. It is argued that this approach will show the way to sustainable development. For that reason Industrial Ecology is considered to be the"toolbox for sustainable development" or the "science of sustainability". The programme is a cooperation between TU Delft and Leiden University. 
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