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The field of transport, infrastructure and logistics is interconnected with virtually every aspect of our daily lives.

Put simply, without transport systems, our complex economies, cities and societies are simply inconceivable.

Every day we take the bus, train or our cars and drive over interconnected systems of road infrastructure, rail- or tram networks. We go to shops and buy products that were produced, manufactured and distributed across all continents over all conceivable transport networks, over water, land or via the air. And even within large or small industrial complexes, again transport plays a fundamental role. Think of the automated baggage handling at international airports, fully automated production chains or automated container terminals at large harbors. Transport is everywhere, 24/7, 365 days of the year! And transport is not just a means to an end in our daily practice, it also influences heavily how we plan our environment and our economy, how politicians determine policies and how you, me and every one make choices about where we live, where we work, which activities we undertake and how we spend our lives

Why TIL?

Clearly, if there is one engineering discipline, which by nature is multi- and interdisciplinary, it is this incredibly broad field of transport, infrastructure and logistics. Unfortunately, it is fragmented into many specialized sub-disciplines, each with their own vocabulary, paradigms and theories. For example, logistical engineers may view an urban transport network as just "another" link in a complex network of supply chains, whereas urban planners may consider transport networks just instrumental in their planning of modern cities and landscapes. Civil engineers on the other hand consider transport networks as the central (vascular) network which enable complex economic, social and spatial activities and processes. Of course, they all have a point. But wouldn't it be great if urban planners, policy makers and traffic and transport engineers had a common understanding of all these different and vocabularies? The TU Delft MSc Master's Programme in Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics (TIL) offers exactly this!
TIL = breadth + depth + fun!

TIL is a comprehensive MSc program, which aims to provide graduates with that broad knowledge and skills over the entire TIL domain. That doesn't imply you specialize in everything! You are a generalist in the first place and you choose one of four specializations, alongside a large number of other courses at your disposal. But throughout the TIL curriculum you are forced to work in interdisciplinary projects and courses, with students who have different backgrounds and specializations. Just like in the real world. For example, you might specialize in policy analysis and spatial planning and work on new sustainable mobility for the Rotterdam area. You will do this project together with students specializing in transport network design, or advanced traffic management and technology, and/or students specialized in automation of container handling. Collaboration over these disciplines is not only necessary; most of all it's fun!
So how does it work, TIL?

The MSc programme TIL offers you courses and projects to acquire knowledge, insights, and skills in the broad area of traffic (the movement of vehicles), transport (the movement of passengers and freight), infrastructure (roads, railways and harbours) and logistics (the organisation behind freight movements and transhipments both within and between industrial complexes).

First of all you follow a number of joint courses (the so-called fundamentals, the TIL seminars and the TIL interdisciplinary project). Next you choose one of four specializations and further complete your program with a broad list of recommended electives. In doing so, you'll find yourself in lecture halls and coffee corners in all three participating faculties and even other ones.

The MSc programme TIL is offered jointly by three faculties:
  • Civil Engineering and Geosciences
  • Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering
  • Technology, Policy and Management
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locatieDelft
diplomaMSc Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics
typeregulier, 120 EC
start1 september
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur2 jaar voltijd
accreditatiesNVAO
croho-code60361
heeft geen numerus fixus
geen honoursprogramma

Studieprogramma

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periode
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specialisaties

  1. Transport
  2. Infrastructure
  3. Logistics

Onderwijs

taal van onderwijs100% en
onderwijsopzet50% zelfstudie
30% theorie
20% praktijk
avondonderwijsn.v.t.
afstandsonderwijsn.v.t.
  • - Frankrijk
  • - Portugal
  • - Zwitserland

Toelating en studiekosten

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startmomenten

1 september 2017
aanmelding deadline : 1 april 2017
collegegeld nog niet bekend
1 september 2018
aanmelding deadline : 1 april 2018
collegegeld nog niet bekend

estimated monthly costs

bron: Nibud
bedragkostenpost
312kamerhuur in Delftrond het landelijk gemiddelde
22internet+tv
152boodschappen/kostgeld
32telefoon
117verzekeringen
158collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar
80studieboeken en -spullen
29drinken/snoep/snacks
77uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen
30contributies/abonnementen
132vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie
42vervoernaast de OV-kaart
45overig

€ 1180totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181
Hiernaast staat een overzicht van de gemiddelde kosten die een uitwonende student heeft. Niet iedere student heeft met iedere kostenpost te maken. Het totaalgemiddelde is dus niet gelijk aan de optelsom van alle kostenposten.

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Studenten en studentenleven

studentaantallen

? studenten volgen deze opleiding
?% daarvan is vrouw
? eerstejaars gestart in 2012
?% daarvan is vrouw
21469 studenten aan de Technische Universiteit Delft
25% daarvan is vrouw
bron: HBO-raad/VSNU

Op kamers in Delft

23597studenten studerend
12824studenten woonachtig   
€ 312gemiddelde kamerprijs
kamer betaalbaarheid
21 m2gemiddelde kameroppervlak
kamer beschikbaarheid
bron: Nationale Studenten Enquête

Feiten en / studie in cijfers

bron: Nationale Studenten Enquete 2015
deze
opleiding
landelijk
algemeen oordeel4.14.1
inhoud3.83.8
docenten3.83.8
studiefaciliteiten3.53.5
studielast3.53.5
studiebegeleiding3.43.4

Studentoordelen

De Nationale Studenten Enquete is het grootschalige onderzoek van de overheid onder studenten in Nederland naar de kwaliteit van opleidingen aan hogescholen en universiteiten.
In 2015 hebben meer dan 200.000 studenten hun oordeel gegeven over hun studie en instelling.

Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics aan de Technische Universiteit Delft is beoordeeld door 84 respondenten. Gemiddeld waarderen ze de opleiding met 4.1 uit 5.

Na de studie

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Beroepsperspectief / arbeidsmarkt

current job market

vergeleken met andere studies

zoektijd baangoed
salaris na 1,5 jaar goed
kans op een vaste baan zeer goed
bron: Elsevier beste banen 2015

Potentiële beroepen

  • beleidsmedewerker infrastructuur
  • docent logistiek
  • docent verkeers- en vervoerskunde
  • hoogleraar civiele techniek
  • hoogleraar verkeers- en vervoerskunde
  • inspecteur vervoer
  • manager expeditiebedrijf
  • manager logistiek
  • manager transport-, expeditie-, opslagbedrijf
  • universitair (hoofd)docent civiele techniek
  • universitair (hoofd)docent verkeers- en vervoerskunde
  • wetenschappelijk onderzoeker civiele techniek
  • wetenschappelijk onderzoeker verkeers- en vervoerskunde
bron: UWV

Contact

Contact
E: info@tudelft.nl
T: +31 (0)15 27 891
Karel Karsen

Study advisor

E: k.o.karsen@tudelft.nl
T: 0152783337
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