Design and Technology of Instrumentation

The Design and Technology of Instrumentation (DTI) programme educates trainees in the design of high-tech systems in industrial labs and factories.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Emphasis is both on successful project management, as well as technological design.

Through the project management and personal skills you learn to solve the right problem: proper communication with your principal and other stake holders, planning, risk management etc. are key aspects.

Through the design, modelling and statistical skills you learn to solve the problem in the right way. Technological knowledge in relevant fields is also a part of the curriculum.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

Alumni of the DTI programme generally find a job in a high-tech company. The organizational and project skills acquired are an excellent starting point for a career in a challenging and highly competitive industrial environment, with great responsibility and rewards.

Curriculum

The programme starts with 9 months of advanced education including a short first project in industry. Courses include project management, personal development, presentation skills, design processes, modeling, industrial statistics as well as some in depth courses on physics of your own choice.

Next you will perform  a major technological design project of twelve months in a company. You will be part of a team at one of the major high tech companies in the Netherlands.

The programme is concluded by a 3 month project at a company abroad (often in the United States).

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Design and Technology of Instrumentation website.

Emphasis is both on successful project management, as well as technological design.

Through the project management and personal skills you learn to solve the right problem: proper communication with your principal and other stake holders, planning, risk management etc. are key aspects.

Through the design, modelling and statistical skills you learn to solve the problem in the right way. Technological knowledge in relevant fields is also a part of the curriculum.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

Alumni of the DTI programme generally find a job in a high-tech company. The organizational and project skills acquired are an excellent starting point for a career in a challenging and highly competitive industrial environment, with great responsibility and rewards.

Curriculum

The programme starts with 9 months of advanced education including a short first project in industry. Courses include project management, personal development, presentation skills, design processes, modeling, industrial statistics as well as some in depth courses on physics of your own choice.

Next you will perform  a major technological design project of twelve months in a company. You will be part of a team at one of the major high tech companies in the Netherlands.

The programme is concluded by a 3 month project at a company abroad (often in the United States).

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Design and Technology of Instrumentation website.

Design and Technology of Instrumentation

Emphasis is both on successful project management, as well as technological design.

Through the project management and personal skills you learn to solve the right problem: proper communication with your principal and other stake holders, planning, risk management etc. are key aspects.

Through the design, modelling and statistical skills you learn to solve the problem in the right way. Technological knowledge in relevant fields is also a part of the curriculum.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

Alumni of the DTI programme generally find a job in a high-tech company. The organizational and project skills acquired are an excellent starting point for a career in a challenging and highly competitive industrial environment, with great responsibility and rewards.

Curriculum

The programme starts with 9 months of advanced education including a short first project in industry. Courses include project management, personal development, presentation skills, design processes, modeling, industrial statistics as well as some in depth courses on physics of your own choice.

Next you will perform  a major technological design project of twelve months in a company. You will be part of a team at one of the major high tech companies in the Netherlands.

The programme is concluded by a 3 month project at a company abroad (often in the United States).

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Design and Technology of Instrumentation website.

Emphasis is both on successful project management, as well as technological design.

Through the project management and personal skills you learn to solve the right problem: proper communication with your principal and other stake holders, planning, risk management etc. are key aspects.

Through the design, modelling and statistical skills you learn to solve the problem in the right way. Technological knowledge in relevant fields is also a part of the curriculum.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

Alumni of the DTI programme generally find a job in a high-tech company. The organizational and project skills acquired are an excellent starting point for a career in a challenging and highly competitive industrial environment, with great responsibility and rewards.

Curriculum

The programme starts with 9 months of advanced education including a short first project in industry. Courses include project management, personal development, presentation skills, design processes, modeling, industrial statistics as well as some in depth courses on physics of your own choice.

Next you will perform  a major technological design project of twelve months in a company. You will be part of a team at one of the major high tech companies in the Netherlands.

The programme is concluded by a 3 month project at a company abroad (often in the United States).

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Design and Technology of Instrumentation website.