Railways are complex systems. Infrastructure, rolling stock, operations, safety and policy all need to be integrated. Railway systems facilitate passenger and freight transportation, within cities and on both national and international scales. Keeping the systems up and running brings many challenges each day. Anticipating on the changing demands asks for continuous innovation, co-operation and a long-term vision. Railway engineers can only address this permanent challenge when they are equipped with integral knowledge, covering all involved disciplines and aspects.
We offer a varitety of MSc courses embedded in the MSc programmes MSc Railway Engineering and Operations (CEG), MSc Civil Engineering track Structural Engineering (CEG/SE), MSc Civil Engineering track Transport & Planning (CEG/TP), MSc Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics (TIL), and MSc TU Delft Flex (Faculties CEG and ME). Find out more information about our MSc programmes in this Brochure.
- CIE4870 Structural Design of Railway Track (4ECTS, Q3)
- CIE5871 Capita Selecta Railway and Road Structures (4ECTS, Q4)
- CIE4874 Elements of Railway Engineering (4ECTS, Q2)
- CIE5826 Railway operations and Control (4ECTS, Q3)
- CIE4873 Wheel-Rail Interface (4ECTS, Q4)
- CIE4871 Design and Maintenance of Railway Vehicles (4ECTS, Q4)
- CIE5875 Railway Asset Management (4ECTS, Q1)
If you are looking for master graduation projects or interships, you can find out our active offers for MSc Thesis Topics (Brightspace access) and a list of available Interships in collaboration with the railway industry.