Career perspectives

After graduating you are capable of designing new road, rail, air, and water transportation services for passengers and/or freight, efficiently managing transportation networks, and designing and controlling complex supply chains. You will find opportunities to work in design, planning, management and control in the field.

After gaining work experience, you can move into management positions in public or private organisations such as ministries, consultancy firms, research organizations, and in businesses such as public transportation companies, real estate development firms, large engineering or construction firms, and TIL-related industries.

Others choose to broaden their expertise by pursuing advanced academic studies, including doctoral studies in programmes such as those offered at the TRAIL Research School, a Dutch institute for transport, infrastructure and logistics that is operated jointly by several Dutch universities.