Energy & Process Technology

The purpose of the two-year PDEng program in Energy & Process Technology at the University of Twente is to educate people who are able to create high quality, creative and innovative designs as a solution for complex issues.
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PDEng programme in Energy & Process Technology 

The market demand for academically technological designers is no longer fully fulfilled by the regular MSc graduates. The needs of the companies, the possible brain gain and knowledge valorisation from the UT to the companies, are important reasons for the development of a PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology (EPT).
For this purpose a multidisciplinary approach is required starting from functional and market requirements with an accent on quality, environment, safety, sustainability and recycling.
The emphasis of the PDEng programme in the EPT, will be on practicing skills in finding technological solutions by e.g. designing products, processes and management systems with a multidisciplinary character. Topics within two-year programme could be for example :

  • Product design in energy and process industry
  • Design of processes and constructions for the manufacturing of these products
  • Sustainable energy and fuels
  • Green process technology
  • Process control

Graduates of the two-year PDEng programme will have a clear added value compared to MSc-graduates, especially in the area of design skills in multidisciplinary issues.
For more information about the PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology, please see our website or contact our Programme Coordinator:

More information
Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Energy and Process Technology website.

PDEng programme in Energy & Process Technology 

The market demand for academically technological designers is no longer fully fulfilled by the regular MSc graduates. The needs of the companies, the possible brain gain and knowledge valorisation from the UT to the companies, are important reasons for the development of a PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology (EPT).
For this purpose a multidisciplinary approach is required starting from functional and market requirements with an accent on quality, environment, safety, sustainability and recycling.
The emphasis of the PDEng programme in the EPT, will be on practicing skills in finding technological solutions by e.g. designing products, processes and management systems with a multidisciplinary character. Topics within two-year programme could be for example :

  • Product design in energy and process industry
  • Design of processes and constructions for the manufacturing of these products
  • Sustainable energy and fuels
  • Green process technology
  • Process control

Graduates of the two-year PDEng programme will have a clear added value compared to MSc-graduates, especially in the area of design skills in multidisciplinary issues.
For more information about the PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology, please see our website or contact our Programme Coordinator:

More information
Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Energy and Process Technology website.

Energy & Process Technology

PDEng programme in Energy & Process Technology 

The market demand for academically technological designers is no longer fully fulfilled by the regular MSc graduates. The needs of the companies, the possible brain gain and knowledge valorisation from the UT to the companies, are important reasons for the development of a PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology (EPT).
For this purpose a multidisciplinary approach is required starting from functional and market requirements with an accent on quality, environment, safety, sustainability and recycling.
The emphasis of the PDEng programme in the EPT, will be on practicing skills in finding technological solutions by e.g. designing products, processes and management systems with a multidisciplinary character. Topics within two-year programme could be for example :

  • Product design in energy and process industry
  • Design of processes and constructions for the manufacturing of these products
  • Sustainable energy and fuels
  • Green process technology
  • Process control

Graduates of the two-year PDEng programme will have a clear added value compared to MSc-graduates, especially in the area of design skills in multidisciplinary issues.
For more information about the PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology, please see our website or contact our Programme Coordinator:

More information
Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Energy and Process Technology website.

PDEng programme in Energy & Process Technology 

The market demand for academically technological designers is no longer fully fulfilled by the regular MSc graduates. The needs of the companies, the possible brain gain and knowledge valorisation from the UT to the companies, are important reasons for the development of a PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology (EPT).
For this purpose a multidisciplinary approach is required starting from functional and market requirements with an accent on quality, environment, safety, sustainability and recycling.
The emphasis of the PDEng programme in the EPT, will be on practicing skills in finding technological solutions by e.g. designing products, processes and management systems with a multidisciplinary character. Topics within two-year programme could be for example :

  • Product design in energy and process industry
  • Design of processes and constructions for the manufacturing of these products
  • Sustainable energy and fuels
  • Green process technology
  • Process control

Graduates of the two-year PDEng programme will have a clear added value compared to MSc-graduates, especially in the area of design skills in multidisciplinary issues.
For more information about the PDEng programme in Energy and Process Technology, please see our website or contact our Programme Coordinator:

More information
Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Energy and Process Technology website.