The postgraduate programme ‘Designer in Bioprocess Engineering’ develops selected MSc graduates from Biochemical engineering, or related academic backgrounds, into designers in Bioprocess Engineering, with the title ‘Engineering Doctorate’, or EngD.
What is the EngD?
The EngD is a specialised design traineeship aimed at preparing qualified candidates with a MSc degree for the numerous challenges inherent in an industry-focused profession. The two year programme involves advanced courses that refine the technical knowledge of the trainee, while improving their understanding of economic and managerial aspects of design. Supplementing this is twelve months of hands-on industrial experience, in which this knowledge can be applied. Upon graduation, the trainee will have obtained an innovative attitude, a critical approach, and the capability to solve a wide array of practical design challenges.