The Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is a university that specializes in Technical, Engineering and Computer Science. The university has been recognized by some organizations and was given awards and recognition for its research done at the university. There are several Student organizations and departments that offer different facilities to students on campus. It also works hand-in-hand with other international cooperations and universities around the world, such as Zhejiang University in China.Show more
Thoroughly enjoyed my time at the university. The staff was supportive on most occasions in providing constructive feedback to the students. Most of the course content was great, with extra emphasis on practical assignments that I really enjoyed. Extracurricular facilities were good as well. The only improvement that could be done is the involvement of internationals in several student associations (which I feel still have a majority of the Dutch representation).View more
High research orientation, focus on efficiency and planning. Helps students get acquainted with industries before they start working. The student life and work-life balance is very appreciable. Specially for internationals.View more
This university is situated in the tech-savvy region of Eindhoven. This has a direct influence on courses and teaching style. Assignments are almost always designed by a company, making them applicable in the real world. There exists an extensive sporting avenue on campus which houses more than a hundred sports.View more
This university is one of four technical universities in the Netherlands, there is a lot of focus on group work and self-study. Instruction sessions are very useful. Industry collaboration is prime and is reflected in almost all the courses. Student life is amazing. Sport culture is immense too.View more
Often underestimated TU/e is the hidden gem of the Dutch higher education system. Professionals from all around the world who have achieved much in the area they are teaching. Most of the facilities are brand new or recently renovated to the highest standards. Great location with enormous campus.View more
The master’s program of Industrial Design at TU/e is a good self-directed study, which allows the students to follow their path in guidance with coaches and experts in that field. Through a wide range of fields, from fashion to health, students can choose their direction and improve their skills working with companies at real-life projects.
The campus is absolutely one of the most beautiful and “green” spots of the city while Eindhoven is a great place to live in. Events as Dutch Design Week (DDW) and Glow Festival have upgraded the life quality and raised the sociocultural aspect in the city.
The university itself has great courses, programmes and most of all extracurricular activities to choose from. However, past few years the university focusses more on more on attracting international (mostly Asian) students. Where in general these students tend to be less active outside lecture hours the social life is slowly becoming less interesting at the campus itself and is moving towards the city centre. Also, they take all student dorms as they pay almost double the price.View more
A warm welcome for people from the other parts of the country. When you take active part in the student life you will have built a new group of friends and a complete new life around you in no time!!!View more
The university offers a very diverse study programma, and their “Bachelor College” system is very thought through and a lot of Universities can learn from this.
It simplifies things as timetables but also streamlines cross-bachelor studies and examinations.
Next to this, the campus offers a lot of facilities: you can sleep, shop, eat, study, work out and even go to a barber on campus. Also, the location is great!
In the Master’s program of Operations Management and Logistics, students collaborate with industries for conducting their thesis projects. This approach enhances their theoretical knowledge as well as improves their practical and professional skills. The workplace and other facilities at the University set the right mood for the students to focus on studies. The program structures are well defined and the students are guided by mentors sufficiently. International students are given enough support (accommodation, language and administration) to feel comfortable enough in their pursuit.View more