The Master program Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering (MSc MADE) focuses on our cities and metropolitan regions, which face the challenges of sustainability and quality of life in a fast urbanizing world. Issues of mobility and logistics, water and waste management, energy and food security, health, and wellbeing are at risk. Therefore, MSc MADE brings together multidisciplinary teams of students in Amsterdam to address questions such as: How to keep our metropolises connected? How to safeguard its vitality? How to aim for the circular city?
MSc MADE Program
The two-year master’s program is offered as a joint degree program in Amsterdam by Wageningen University & Research and Delft University of Technology and is strongly integrated with the other activities in our institute on Research & Innovation, Living Labs & Entrepreneurship.
MSc MADE aims to provide innovative education and deliver excellent, interdisciplinary engineers with the theoretical grounding and practical skills to deal with the complex challenges of cities.
MSc MADE Students
Are you a student who is interested in working with students from different academic backgrounds? Pushing boundaries in practice and science, and/or creating a start-up or own company? Embracing co-operation in different group projects? Above all, creatively looking for answers to metropolitan challenges? And do you have a relevant bachelor's, including a certain number of technical and scientific courses?
The best way to see if the MSc MADE program suits you is by reading the experiences of other students. Students and graduates share their stories about the MSc MADE program here.
Please visit the Wageningen University & Research website for the specific admission requirements.
For any questions about the program or to join one of our student-for-a-day events, reach out to Student Coach Olivia Wong (firstname.lastname@example.org).
MSc MADE Community
As an MSc MADE student, you become a member of an active community of students, alumni, researchers, and professionals. MADE IT is the study association of MSc MADE, it is geared towards all MADE students and promotes their interests and their professional and personal development.
Application and admission
You are eligible to the MSc Made program with a relevant bachelor's, including a certain number of technical and natural scientific courses. Relevant are for instance specializations or minors and courses focussing on water and waste management, architecture and the built environment, transport, mobility or logistics, energy and food security and production, health and well-being and spatial planning and geographical information systems.
The additional requirement for starting the master's is that you have successfully finalised the self-paced MOOC Sustainable Urban Development, Discover Advanced Metropolitan Solutions.
Submit your complete application before:
- April 15 2023 (non-EU/non-EFTA students)
- June 15 2023 (NL/EU/EFTA students)
in order to be included in this procedure.
Find out more about the specific admission requirements and the application procedures.