I&E Education

DIMI and other partners from the sector contribute to the I&E educational programme from the TU Delft. In recent years, DIMI has taken the initiative for the development of the following:

I&E annotations

The annotation I&E (Infrastructure and Environment) is offered for Master students at three different faculties within TU Delft: Architecture and the Built Environment (ARCH), Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG) and Technology, Policy and Management (TPM). The approach towards this annotation is different within each faculty, either by offering special courses or by offering a selection of courses that can be chosen from. 

  • IE Design annotation - Infrastructure & Environment Design (Arch)
  • IEG annotation - Infrastructure and Environmental Governance (TPM)
  • I&E annotation - Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics (TPM, CEG, Mechanical Engineering)
  • IDM annotation - Integral Design Management (CEG)

Honours-masterprogramme Infrastructures & Environment

The Honours Programme Master Infrastructures & Environment (HPM I&E) is an interfaculty honours programme offered by the Delft Deltas, Infrastructures & Mobility Initiative (DIMI) and the TU Delft Transport Institute. The programme is open to motivated and talented MSc students, to invest more time in their own area of study and to broaden their horizons at the same time. As a student, you will work in groups on research assignments from public and private sectorial organisations. The focus is on data collection and understanding and developing innovative solutions, integrated designs or models with a focus on achievability. The programme consists of 4 courses with a total of 20 EC on top of regular MSc programmes. The courses are distributed over two study years.

Minor Integrated Infrastructure Design

This minor presents students with the unique opportunity of becoming a designer/engineer within the challenging field of integrated infrastructure, where urgent societal issues in the domains of mobility
and transport, water and the environment can contribute to better built and natural environments. Talented and motivated Infrastructure and Integrated Design students can use this minor to develop
their ambitions in becoming a designer/engineer who understands and addresses different design perspectives and disciplines. As a student, you are capable of analysing technical requirements and environmental conditions, so that you can contribute to innovative and integrated design on multiple scales.