MSc Track: Transport & Planning
In densely populated countries such as the Netherlands hundreds of kilometres of traffic gridlock, air pollution, traffic accidents and delayed public transport are all part of the daily fare. The MSc track Transport & Planning trains people to play a central role in resolving such problems. Transport & Planning engineers, for example, work on clever ideas to manage traffic flows and prevent congestion, they develop public transport systems and design methods to assure reliable operations, or they model and assess transport networks to improve the reliability and efficiency of transport networks. A characteristic of the topics on which they work is that these are often in the news and are high on the political agenda.
MSc programmes per September 2022
Please note that the subjects of this mastertrack will be integrated in the master programme Civil Engineering per September 2022. Students who enroll in the current track in September 2021, can continue this track until August 2024, after which a transition into the new master programme Civil Engineering will apply. The curriculum of the new master programme will be published on our website as of August 2021. Please consult our FAQ page or contact the study advisors if you have urgent questions at this moment.
Key features of this track:
➨ Direct connection with top research and research facilities
➨ Programme with strong broad engineering perspective and specialisations
➨ Active student association
➨ International orientation of staff, students and education
➨ TU Delft is world leading in transportation science and technology, and holds a 4th position in the Shanghai Ranking 2020For more information check out the programme
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Full-time on campus
120 ECTS, 24 months full time
Number of first year students: approximately 25
% international students: 55%
Shanghai Ranking - position: 4 (in transportation science & technology)