Process and Equipment Design

The programme Process and Equipment Design trains and educates MSc graduates to become a qualified designer, capable of designing ‘fit for purpose’ and ‘first of its kind’ products, processes and equipment.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

The programme encourages you to actively look beyond the perimeters of your own discipline and to recognise the challenges and restrictions imposed by product chain management, time and money. During design projects you bring industrial and academic knowledge together and apply them in real industrial assignments. The programme is fulltime and takes two years to complete.

PDEng degree

Trainees that successfully complete the Designer’s programme, receive a certified diploma and are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Equipment Designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most PDEng graduates find excellent positions in industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Several relevant industries have contributed to the definition of the content and focus of the designer programme in Process and Equipment Design, to ensure the significance of the PDEng-degree for the trainees future career. Trainees gain skills that industries require whilst obtaining two years of work experience. Besides design skills, trainees develop social skills working in multicultural teams.

Curriculum

The programme’s focal point lies in the interdisciplinary area of the design of processes and equipment. For process design, specialist knowledge of several disciplines is required and applied in an integrated manner.The programme focuses on deepening of knowledge by

  • studying a number of specialised subjects
  • applying acquired knowledge
  • improving understanding of economical and managerial aspects in plant design and operation

There is also a focus on broadening of knowledge by

  • studying elements from related technical areas
  • adding industrial sciences
  • emphasising the multidisciplinary context
  • integrating knowledge and skills from other disciplines

At the start of the programme an individual curriculum is defined. The contents of the curriculum depend on trainees personal skills and interests. The second year of the traineeship consists of the Individual Design Project (IDP). The project is performed in, or in collaboration with, the product development department of an industrial partner. The IDP offers the perfect opportunity to apply all your knowledge, acquired during the first year of the traineeship.

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Equipment Design website.

The programme encourages you to actively look beyond the perimeters of your own discipline and to recognise the challenges and restrictions imposed by product chain management, time and money. During design projects you bring industrial and academic knowledge together and apply them in real industrial assignments. The programme is fulltime and takes two years to complete.

PDEng degree

Trainees that successfully complete the Designer’s programme, receive a certified diploma and are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Equipment Designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most PDEng graduates find excellent positions in industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Several relevant industries have contributed to the definition of the content and focus of the designer programme in Process and Equipment Design, to ensure the significance of the PDEng-degree for the trainees future career. Trainees gain skills that industries require whilst obtaining two years of work experience. Besides design skills, trainees develop social skills working in multicultural teams.

Curriculum

The programme’s focal point lies in the interdisciplinary area of the design of processes and equipment. For process design, specialist knowledge of several disciplines is required and applied in an integrated manner.The programme focuses on deepening of knowledge by

  • studying a number of specialised subjects
  • applying acquired knowledge
  • improving understanding of economical and managerial aspects in plant design and operation

There is also a focus on broadening of knowledge by

  • studying elements from related technical areas
  • adding industrial sciences
  • emphasising the multidisciplinary context
  • integrating knowledge and skills from other disciplines

At the start of the programme an individual curriculum is defined. The contents of the curriculum depend on trainees personal skills and interests. The second year of the traineeship consists of the Individual Design Project (IDP). The project is performed in, or in collaboration with, the product development department of an industrial partner. The IDP offers the perfect opportunity to apply all your knowledge, acquired during the first year of the traineeship.

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Equipment Design website.

Process and Equipment Design

The programme encourages you to actively look beyond the perimeters of your own discipline and to recognise the challenges and restrictions imposed by product chain management, time and money. During design projects you bring industrial and academic knowledge together and apply them in real industrial assignments. The programme is fulltime and takes two years to complete.

PDEng degree

Trainees that successfully complete the Designer’s programme, receive a certified diploma and are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Equipment Designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most PDEng graduates find excellent positions in industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Several relevant industries have contributed to the definition of the content and focus of the designer programme in Process and Equipment Design, to ensure the significance of the PDEng-degree for the trainees future career. Trainees gain skills that industries require whilst obtaining two years of work experience. Besides design skills, trainees develop social skills working in multicultural teams.

Curriculum

The programme’s focal point lies in the interdisciplinary area of the design of processes and equipment. For process design, specialist knowledge of several disciplines is required and applied in an integrated manner.The programme focuses on deepening of knowledge by

  • studying a number of specialised subjects
  • applying acquired knowledge
  • improving understanding of economical and managerial aspects in plant design and operation

There is also a focus on broadening of knowledge by

  • studying elements from related technical areas
  • adding industrial sciences
  • emphasising the multidisciplinary context
  • integrating knowledge and skills from other disciplines

At the start of the programme an individual curriculum is defined. The contents of the curriculum depend on trainees personal skills and interests. The second year of the traineeship consists of the Individual Design Project (IDP). The project is performed in, or in collaboration with, the product development department of an industrial partner. The IDP offers the perfect opportunity to apply all your knowledge, acquired during the first year of the traineeship.

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Equipment Design website.

The programme encourages you to actively look beyond the perimeters of your own discipline and to recognise the challenges and restrictions imposed by product chain management, time and money. During design projects you bring industrial and academic knowledge together and apply them in real industrial assignments. The programme is fulltime and takes two years to complete.

PDEng degree

Trainees that successfully complete the Designer’s programme, receive a certified diploma and are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Equipment Designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most PDEng graduates find excellent positions in industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Several relevant industries have contributed to the definition of the content and focus of the designer programme in Process and Equipment Design, to ensure the significance of the PDEng-degree for the trainees future career. Trainees gain skills that industries require whilst obtaining two years of work experience. Besides design skills, trainees develop social skills working in multicultural teams.

Curriculum

The programme’s focal point lies in the interdisciplinary area of the design of processes and equipment. For process design, specialist knowledge of several disciplines is required and applied in an integrated manner.The programme focuses on deepening of knowledge by

  • studying a number of specialised subjects
  • applying acquired knowledge
  • improving understanding of economical and managerial aspects in plant design and operation

There is also a focus on broadening of knowledge by

  • studying elements from related technical areas
  • adding industrial sciences
  • emphasising the multidisciplinary context
  • integrating knowledge and skills from other disciplines

At the start of the programme an individual curriculum is defined. The contents of the curriculum depend on trainees personal skills and interests. The second year of the traineeship consists of the Individual Design Project (IDP). The project is performed in, or in collaboration with, the product development department of an industrial partner. The IDP offers the perfect opportunity to apply all your knowledge, acquired during the first year of the traineeship.

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Equipment Design website.