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9x Departments of the TU/e

Seeking a challenging technical study? One guaranteeing a solid career and real societal impact? Look no further! With nine faculties, TU/e offers the perfect fit for every aspiring techie. Top-tier student teams and  buzzing student life included. What more could you ask for? We'll take you on a tour of the various departments at Eindhoven University of Technology.

Industrial Design

Do you want to learn how to design intelligent systems, products or services? Industrial Design combines groundbreaking research from various fields to train you to be the best industrial designer. Read more.

Built Environment

If you are interested in technology, design and human behavior, then a degree program in Built Environment may be for you. Discover how you can (re)design the built environment; safer, more sustainable and inclusive. Read more.

Electrical Engineering

As a TU/e student, you will contribute to a better world through your field of study. At Electrical Engineering, for example, education and research are closely linked to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. Read more.

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Biomedical Engineering

In Biomedical Engineering you develop technological solutions for medical science and healthcare. Examples include research into artificial skin tissue, nanomedicines, or the heart's biomechanics. Read more.

Mechanical Engineering

The work of mechanical engineers can be found in many places; in mobile phones, production machines, hospitals, solar panels and even roller coasters. As a mechanical engineer, you impact the daily lives of countless people. Read more.

Mathematics and Computer Science

Dive into algorithms, artificial intelligence, software development and data analysis. At Mathematics and Computer Science, you'll use your expertise to solve complex problems. The faculty is part of a large network of companies and governments. Read more.

Applied Physics

In Applied Physics, you become an expert in emerging technologies. Whether it is about making solar panels more efficient, developing self-healing materials, or applying green computing, you will learn all about it in this department. Read more.

Chemical Engineering and Chemistry

As a chemical engineer, you design responsive materials, search for cleaner energy sources and develop off-grid mini-plants to produce fertilizer. With some 12,000 m2 of lab facilities, the faculty is an essential part of the TU/e Campus. Read more.

Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences

Are you interested in both technology and social sciences? Then this might be the department for you. In Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences, you will explore the impact of technology on people (and vice versa), sustainability issues, and optimizing business processes. Read more.