CSTM offers a number of opportunities for Bachelor students to incorporate sustainability issues into their studies and to broaden their horizon by going abroad for internships.
CSTM researchers are involved in the following courses, which are part of various Bachelor programmes:
- IT & Law (202001076), Bachelor Business & IT
- Industrial Processes (202000733), Bachelor Chemical Science & Engineering
- Project Area Development (202000077), module of Area Development (202000072), Bachelor Civil Engineering
- Economic Assessment (202000074) , module of Area Development (202000072), Bachelor Civil Engineering
- The Privacy Paradox (202000290), Bachelor Communication Science
- Systems and Organisation of Chronic Care (202000858), Bachelor Health Science
- Strategy Marketing Economics (202000561), Bachelor International Business Administration
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship (202000565), Bachelor International Business Administration
- Public Governance Across Countries (202000513), Bachelor Management, Society and Technology
The central theme of this minor is improving the production and consumption chains from the perspective of societal challenges (3P 'People-Planet-Profit' perspective). It is one of the University of Twente's 'High Tech, Human Touch' (HTHT) minors which aim to illuminate specific societal themes for which the UT develops solutions. More information is available in the course brochure (PDF).
This minor offers students opportunities to gain international experience by going abroad for a field study, a study tour, or by working from the Netherlands with international partners. Where possible, the students’ study background will be connected to the international project that they will carry out. More information on the objectives and structure of the minor Crossing Borders is available on the minor's website.
Take a look at the stories of some Bachelor students who went abroad for their internships with the help of CSTM: