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Industrial Engineering and Management

Name program

***The courses overview for 2015/2016 mentioned below is not entirely definitive. A few courses might be adjusted, named differently, cancelled or taught during other periods. The ultimate and definitive list of available courses for 2015/2016 is only known by June 2015***

Industrial Engineering and Management

Course coordinator

Exchange Office FSE


Industrial Engineering and Management

Course overview

IEM course overview


The IEM core programme consists of the following themes or fields of expertise:

  • (Applied) mathematics/numerical methods
    The mathematics and statistics you took in your undergraduate years are applied in courses in the field of business process simulation and systems engineering, in which complex case studies are carried out in order to obtain a quantitative analysis of business processes.
  • Management and organization
    You will learn to design complex technological products or processes by getting acquainted with strategic management of technology and innovation strategy. You will also acquire expertise in the field of finance and patent law.
  • Scientific methodology
    Dedicated research methodology and systems engineering courses will deal with how real-life business issues can be translated to models and vice versa. Central themes in such courses include the regulatory (design) cycle and a system-oriented approach.


You have a preferably background in Industrial Engineering, Production Engineering or Production Automation. You are a fourth or fifth year Bachelor’s student

How to apply?

Scan and send the application documents to
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