USING Broad TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS EXPERTISE TO HELP ORGANIsATIONS PERFORM BETTER.
Are you analytical and efficient? An entrepreneurial pacesetter? Do you want to help commercial companies or other organisations – such as hospitals or government agencies – to perform and collaborate more effectively in our increasingly complex society? Are you looking for a hands-on, academic programme that will give you vital expertise in the fields of technology, human behaviour and business processes? If so, the three-year English-language bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) at the University of Twente (UT) is a good choice for you.
As an Industrial Engineer & Manager, you will be involved in designing, managing and improving business processes. You will make organisations more efficient, maximise profit, minimise risks, and improve quality and competitiveness. You will use models and techniques to systematically analyse strengths and weaknesses. In this programme you will also learn how to effectively implement necessary changes and how to assess the consequences these will have on organisations, staff, quality, finances, sustainability or market position. In order to do all of this, you will combine knowledge from areas including business administration, ICT, mathematics, and technology.
Industrial Engineering and management BECAUSE IN TOMORROW'S WORLD THERE WILL BE NOTHING USUAL ABOUT BUSINESS
Are you curious what it is like to study Industrial Engineering & Management? Jedidja shows you a day in her student life.
Many universities offer courses in technical business administration. Our bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering and Management is different. Here are six distinctive features: