Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research (Sustainable Mobility Analytics)
The programme on Sustainable Mobility Analytics is organized in collaboration with the EIT Urban Mobility Master School. It integrates entrepreneurship & innovation throughout the coursework and has been launched to train our future innovators and change makers in urban transport and mobility. The track is a double degree programme; you will spend one year each at two different universities to be chosen from UGent, TU/e Eindhoven, UPC Barcelona, POLIMI Milano and University of Tartu. Graduating students will be awarded two master’s degrees, one from each university where they carried out their studies. Moreover, the programme is designed so that students attain a certificate awarded by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology [EIT].
Application Deadline (for International degree students)
The application period is from November 15th until April 14th.
Remark: the applicant is responsible for the visa application. Students who need a visa should take into account the time required for the visa application.
The MSc in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, main subject Sustainable Mobility Analytics is accessible only to students taking a double degree between this programme and another master's programme of a partner university within the context of the MSc in Smart Mobility Data Science and Analysis double degree programme of the EIT Urban Mobility. Students applying for this double degree programme (students holding a degree of the Flemish Community as well as international degree students) must submit, in parallel, two applications for admission:
- application for admission to the master's programme Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Main Subject: Sustainable Mobility Analytics at Ghent University Online Application Platform.
- application for admission to the MSc in Smart Mobility Data Science and Analytics double degree programme (and possibly also for an EIT scholarship) on the EIT Urban Mobility Master School Office admission portal.
Only students accepted for both applications, will receive a letter of admission for this track. Please note that, apart from the double degree in itself, different conditions apply as to participation cost, language requirements, study progress monitoring…).
More information on participation fees.
Contact (for international degree students)
International Relations Officer
+32 9 264 36 99
Prof. Sidharta Gautama
Learning path counsellor
The study progress of all EIT Urban Mobility students is monitored by the EIT Master School Office, in collaboration with the Partner Universities. The study progress regulations for this programme implies that students who do not pass at least 80% of the credits in the first year of the programme (entry year) may not continue the programme in the following year. For counselling and study advice contact email@example.com