The TU/e Graduate School is organized in a number of Graduate Programs: one or more master’s degree programs (with potentially a number of specialized master tracks) in a certain field, and the matching technological designer’s (PDEng) or doctorate (PhD) programs.
By choosing degree programs in a single Graduate Program, you ensure your development as a high-level specialist in your field. You will still have a lot of freedom to customize your degree program, but will also benefit from being part of a coherent set of degree programs.
Below you will find an overview of Graduate Programs within the TU/e Graduate School.
Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
Biomedical Imaging and Modelling
Medical Imaging and Modeling
Chemical Biology, Materials and Nanomedicine
Regenerative Medicine & Technology
Qualified Medical Engineer
Architecture, Building and Planning
Construction Management and Engineering
Architectural Urban Design and Engineering
Building Physics and Services
Structural Engineering and Design
Urban Systems & Real Estate
Smart Buildings and Cities
Chemical Engineering and Chemistry
Data Science - Graduate School
Artificial Intelligence and Engineering Systems
Connected World Technologies
Care and Cure
Information and Communication Technology
Health Care Systems Design