Area of interest

IT & Design

A smartwatch, a self-watering plant or a solar-powered smartphone: do these innovations sound like music to your ears? The IT & Design area of interest opens up a world of opportunities. You learn how to apply technology to make daily life a little bit better.

Not only does this require technical knowledge of hardware and software, but also people knowledge. What are the needs of those who will be using the app you’ve designed?
By exploring this in a functional, safe and creative way, you ensure the perfect link between your idea and the ultimate user.

 

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Degree programme that matches your interest

  • You’re fascinated by the world of technology and design and what it can do for the user. That’s what designing for user experience (UX) is all about. This new English language bachelors programme will teach you to think and act as a UX designer. If this sounds like something you’d love to do? Get in touch with one of our study advisors to find out more about the programme and see whether you could be one of our next generation’s UX designers.
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Bachelor programme Industrial Design Engineering

Industrial Design Engineering - English - 3 years - Full-time
Industrial design engineering is a rapidly changing field of expertise - customers are becoming ‘prosumers’, products are developed in an ‘open source’ and international context with new production technologies. Co-creation and open innovation mean that new concepts are having a positive impact on society, businesses and the environment. Can you create an innovative new product based on customer input? You can when you complete the Industrial Design Engineering (IDE) bachelor course.

Bachelor programme Process & Food Technology

Process & Food Technology - English - 4 years - Full-time
Process & Food Technology (PFT) engineers embrace transparent, ingenious and sustainable methods to produce consumer goods. This could be developing new products or improving existing production processes at small local companies and large multinationals like Proctor & Gamble, Unilever or Danone. The work of chemical engineers is all around us in our daily lives, from the foods we eat to the materials used in the packaging to preserve them. CT engineers design, produce, test and evaluate chemical or food products.

ICM Introduction

International Communication Management - English - 3 years - Full-time
An international communication manager works in a global environment with colleagues, customers and competitors from multiple cultures and languages. Communication professionals design and shape the messages of organisations. Not just during crisis situations where the world is watching and every second counts, but also in achieving commercial aims through advertising or public relations.

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Safety & Security Management Studies - English - Full-time
How do you guarantee the safety and security of citizens during global terrorism threats? Or design safety and security protocols for industrial giants? The four-year, full-time Safety and Security Management Studies (SSMS) degree will expose you to the three key foundations of safety and security - international security, public safety and industrial safety. So, if you see yourself as strong-willed, focused and ambitious, want to be in the hub of a vibrant, international community and have your sights set on an exciting safety or security career, SSMS is for you.

Bachelor programme Process & Food Technology

Process & Food Technology - English - 3 years - Full-time
Process & Food Technology (PFT) engineers embrace transparent, ingenious and sustainable methods to produce consumer goods. This could be developing new products or improving existing production processes at small local companies and large multinationals like Proctor & Gamble, Unilever or Danone. The work of chemical engineers is all around us in our daily lives, from the foods we eat to the materials used in the packaging to preserve them. CT engineers design, produce, test and evaluate chemical or food products.