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Industrial Engineering and Management

Integrate Technology and Management in your Research Projects

Various research groups are associated with the Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) Master's degree programme at the University of Groningen, and all are clustered within the Engineering and Technology institute Groningen (ENTEG).

The  Engineering and Technology institute Groningen (ENTEG)

The research in the institute focuses on the application of fundamental sciences (physics, mathematics, (bio)chemistry and material science) to the design of new (sustainable) product and production concepts and to the control of the production processes, and supports their valorization.

At the moment the Institute comprises 7 research groups:
- Advanced Production Engineering
- Aquatic Biotechnology and Bioproduct Engineering
- Products and Processes for Biotechnology in the Biobased Economy
- Product Technology
- Discrete Technology & Production Automation
- Smart Manufacturing Systems
- Green Chemical Reaction Engineering

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    Study Industrial Engineering and Management at the University of Groningen

    – Emile Cornelissen
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    Perfect balance between basic business administration and technical detail

    After my graduation I started as a consultant at the Strategy & Operations practice of Deloitte Consulting. I focus on large scale transformations like designing and implementing new operating models, large scale cost reductions and mergers and acquisitions.

    Currently I’m working on a M&A project where I work in the team that designs the global to-be organization structure of two merging international clients in Consumer Business. My role typically includes facilitating client sessions, doing data analysis and making client documentation. 

    During my years in Groningen I became a  broad allround engineer with a strong analytical background. The combination of analytical and numerical skills and knowledge of business administration is crucial for a good consultant in my opinion. IEM Groningen offered me the perfect balance between basic business administration and technical detail.  

    The study also allowed me to learn about my own strengths and interests. I think it’s important to do the things that you are passionate about and  IEM  will provide you with the right toolset to pursue any type of career after your graduation.  

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