Study Industrial Design in Netherlands

Study Industrial Design in Netherlands

Studying Industrial Design

Industrial design is focused on designing of products by using knowledge from applied science as well as applied arts and various engineering disciplines. The aim of an industrial designer is to create a product which fulfils aesthetical, ergonomic as well as usability standards.

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Studying in Netherlands

The Netherlands (also known as Holland) was the first non-English-speaking country to offer degrees in English. Therefore, various programmes are taught in English and are very internationally oriented.

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5 Industrial Design Master's degrees in Netherlands

M.Sc. Industrial Design

The Master’s degree program in Industrial Design from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is fundamentally multidisciplinary and comprises three areas of study: engineering, social sciences and arts and crafts. Students are expected to achieve an adequate level in each discipline. They are also expected to be academically and analytically competent, and have well-developed social and ethical skills.

Department of Industrial Design
PDEng Design and Technology of Instrumentation

The goal of the Design and Technology of Instrumentation program from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is to train you to become a professional technological designer in industry. The program consists of a course program and three projects in industry (two smaller ones, and one year project).

Stan Ackermans Institute
M.Sc. Strategic Product Design

Great products and services don’t just happen. Behind them lies a development process that starts with careful consideration of market needs, the competitive environment, company resources, the brand image, and the style and function of the new product or service to be created.

M.Sc. Integrated Product Design

Over the past decades products have become more and more complex; whether it is added functionality or tougher recycling demands. Logically the design of successful products has become increasingly complex as well; the master of Integrated Product Design teaches how to bring these complex aspects together.