After your Master degree, you can opt for a PhD or a PDeng research program. A PhD is a 4-year dedicated university research project and a PDeng is a 2-year university and industry application-focused alternative. Both programs train you in becoming a highly skilled researcher and provide you with a qualified start in your scientific career.
The Minds for Innovation recruiters have personal experience within Dutch universities, and their goal is to match you with a suitable program.
Our Academic network
Over 600 PhD graduates have started their career through our recruitment services. We started off within materials science as part of the Netherlands Institute of metals Research (NIMR) and later on wirh the Materials innovation institute (M2i). After decades of experience in recruiting, selecting and guiding foreign researchers, we have set up a large network. This career family is composed out of several experts in the field of:
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Civil Engineering (materials)
- Aerospace Engineering
- Marine Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nanoscience and Technology
- Computational (Information) Science and Engineering
- Software Technology
- Data Science
- Physical metallurgy
- Physical chemistry
How do we work?
We offer challenging research projects to Master graduates. Through an online assessment, we determine which program suits you, and which environment brings out the best in you. As an appetizer to the rest of the selection, you receive a detailed report of the outcome of the assessment.
Why pursue your research career in the Netherlands?
When it comes to forward-thinking and new ideas, the Dutch have an impressive reputation, resulting in many foreign students moving to the Netherlands to enjoy a high quality scientific education. The Dutch technical universities have a high ranking for their contribution in innovation and extensive international collaboration.
If you are interested in spending 2 – 4 years in an openminded culture with a focus on innovation, there’s almost certainly a Dutch PDeng or PhD program for you.