Industrial Engineering and Management

SubjectEngineering, Business


Type of DegreeBSc

EU FeesEUR 2,314

Cost non-EUEUR 14,800

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Is this programme for you?

You enjoy doing physics, chemistry and mathematics. You are interested in technology, but you are interested in the business sector as well. You are people and result-oriented. Industrial Engineering and Management brings this all together. You will be educated as an engineer, but you will also have a good knowledge of business.

How can you optimize the energy demand and supply using renewable energy? How are paprika-flavour crisps made and how are they kept fresh and crunchy? How can you make a production process operate sustainably and efficiently? As a graduate of Industrial Engineering and Management, you will know the answers to these questions! Groningen offers a unique combination of two-thirds engineering subjects and one third management subjects, training you to be the perfect link between technology and business.

Why study Industrial Engineering and Management at the University of Groningen?

This programme combines technical solutions to entrepreneurial skills which are sought after by most of today's employers.

You will train in various disciplines and gain the experience, tools and techniques to prepare you for future management positions, not only in engineering but also in a wide range of other sectors.

Our alumni have found jobs all over the world, including China, Japan and the United States.

How to apply

The minimum requirements of this programme are three A-levels to include Maths and Physics.

Career opportunities

Technical consultant, industrial process expert, or other similar positions in industry.

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