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For strong ties between TU/e and the industry
Our worldwide top position in co-publications with industry is acknowledged in many rankings:
CWTS Leiden ranking
TU/e is ranked no. 2 worldwide (Collaboration, PP Industry, 5000 min. publication output).
World University Research Ranking
TU/e is ranked no. 3 worldwide collaborativeness rank
TU/e belongs to the worldwide top-25 in co-publications with industrial partners
(Photo: Maarten Steinbuch, university professor and figure head Eindhoven Engine)
One out of three TU/e professors (paid and unpaid), has a non-academic secondary employment in 2020.
Source: Annual report TU/e, 2020
(Photo:Vadim Banine, professor at TU/e and director at ASML)
The category Industry Income suggests the extent to which businesses are willing to pay for research and a university’s ability to attract funding in the commercial marketplace – useful indicators of institutional quality.
The Times Higher 2021 ranks TU/e on a 2nd position worldwide on the indicator Industry Income (score 99,8 out of 100):
In 2018, SEO published 'Labour market position TU/e alumni'. 80% of engineers with their first job in Brainport region, was educated at TU/e. One third of graduated TU/e engineers start their career in Brainport.
The stayrate of our international students is the highest from all Dutch universities (source: Nuffic)
First funding flow is funding direct from Dutch government, second funding flow is funding from research councils and third funding flow is defined as contract research funding from different sources (private and public).
Nearly a quarter (22%) of TU/e's revenue is 3rd funding flow. This is the highest of all Dutch universities (see report Rathenau, Dutch only).
Annual report TU/e, 2019