From application to enrolment
First of all, you must submit an application for your chosen degree programme via Studielink. For applicants with a non-Dutch (international) diploma the application deadline of 1 April will be maintained, no postponement can be granted and incomplete applications cannot be processed.
For applicants with a Dutch diploma
- The application deadline for bachelor programmes with mandatory matching activities (Applies Physics and Electrical Engineering) is postponed from 1 May to 1 June.
- For non-numerus fixus programmes and voluntary matching activities, you ae able to apply until 1 September. However, if you would like to particpate in the matching activities, you have to apply before 1 June.
You will be officially enrolled once you have fulfilled the admission requirements for the degree programme, and when the digital authorisation for the payment of your tuition fees has been processed. You will then receive a notice of enrolment.
More information about enrolment
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No programme choice test at AE
At TU Delft we believe it is important that you choose the right programme. For Aerospace Engineering, however, there is no separate programme choice test, because this is part of the selection procedure. However, we would like to point out the possibility to take part in the mini-MOOC “Introduction to the bachelor's of Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft”. This three-hour online course contains material from the first year of our bachelor’s programme. For prospective students who want to enroll in the BSc, participation in the mini-MOOC is a compulsory part of the selection procedure.
If you have any specific questions about your enrolment, take a look at the FAQ or contact Contact Centre.
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