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Technology, Innovation & Society

Discover how a soda bottle is made. Come up with a recipe for ice cream that is both great-tasting and healthy. Start up a mayonnaise factory in a country without one. Later you want to create innovative applications that benefit society and make life healthier and more sustainable.

Together with a team of co-designers and engineers, you want to know, measure and discover. Because you are a true beta. You have a natural interest in technology, mathematics and/or physics.
In other words, you love science. You know what you want, and you thrive working on a computer, drawing board or in a laboratory.

We are organising a number of activities to help you with your study choice. The degree programmes Technology, Innovation & Society provide shared information, as well as separately for each degree programme. Do you still need more help? Please go to our study choice page.

 

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Degree programmes that match your interest

  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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three students working on a digital project User Experience Design - English - 3 years - Full-time

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