MSc Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics
The MSc programme in Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics (TIL) is a two-year comprehensive programme that provides graduates with a comprehensive view of the field of transport, infrastructure and logistics.
TIL graduates have up-to-date knowledge of
- transport policy making and spatial planning
- design of transport systems, supply chains and infrastructure networks
- the operation, management and control of these systems.
They know how to design new road, rail, air and water transportation services for passengers and/or freight; to efficiently manage transportation networks; and to design and control complex supply chains. These skills are invaluable for the design, development and maintenance of cost-effective, efficient systems for moving passengers and freight. TIL graduates are able to make appropriate decisions for clients, employers and society, because they understand the complex decision-making processes during infrastructure development and planning.
➨ Learn to develop solutions in designing transport systems, complex supply chains, and infrastructure networks.
➨ Work on modern-day cases in interdisciplinary projects and courses with a diverse student group.
➨ Understand complex decision-making processes to make appropriate decisions for clients, employers, and society.
➨ Acquire skills to efficiently operate and manage transportation networks.
➨ Gain up-to-date knowledge of transport policy-making and spatial planning.
➨ Follow courses offered by different TU Delft faculties.
➨ Choose one of four specialisations: Transport Governance, Traffic Operations, Transport Networks, and Logistics Systems.
TIL appealed to me because of its comprehensive and wide view of the different processes and subjects involved in the field of transport, infrastructure and logistics. With transport being a major contributor to environmental problems and therefore in need of a lot of improvement, my interest in sustainability fit perfectly in the TIL programme.― Roxana de Nie, student Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics