Programme Choice Check
Frequently asked questions concerning the Programme Choice Check
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If you are going to study at Delft next year, you will receive a Binding recommendation on continuation of studies (generally known by its Dutch abbreviation BSA) at the end of the year.
TU Delft considers it important for you to spend some time during your first year – as well as beforehand – to decide whether you have chosen the right programme. If you get very few credits, it is likely that you have chosen the wrong programme. In that case, you need to think about other options.
That is why all students taking a Bachelor’s degree programme at TU Delft will receive a BSA at the end of their first year of study. This means that you will have to gain a certain minimum of 45 ECTS credits during your first year of studies in order to be allowed to proceed to the second year. Which is 3/4 of the total number (60 ECTS) of credits you can achieve during the first year.
If you fail to achieve this norm, your registration for the programme will be terminated and you will not be allowed to register for the same programme for four years. It goes without saying that you will receive interim advice and guidance during the year.