Technology, Development, and Globalization
The Certificate for Technology, Development, and Globalization (cTDG) is of interest for students who wish to work in developing countries later. It is also interesting for those whose work in Europe is related to issues of development. An example could be the cooperation of an organization with overseas partners in the field of research and development, or international market development.
Working in different cultural regions
Because of continuing globalization, there is an increasing demand for engineers with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to work effectively in different organizations and different cultural regions. It is important to have engineers who can function well in multinational and multicultural project teams.
The certificate carries 21 study points, and is offered by the faculty of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences. All students of the TU/e have access to the program.