Transferring to a Masters programme
After your Bachelor’s degree programme, you can enrol directly in one of the Master’s programmes in Computer Science or Computer and Embedded Systems Engineering. You can specialise in software technology, data science or a combination of hardware and software applications. If you take a suitable bridging programme, you will be able to enrol in other Master’s degree programmes as well. The Master degrees at TU Delft are two-year programmes and are taught in English.
Master Computer and Embedded Systems EngineeringInnovations made possible by electronic systems and devices are making our lives healthier, more interesting, safer and more sustainable. These innovations are at the heart of industrial innovation and competitiveness, creating and sustaining jobs and economic well-being. The development of these systems and devices requires experts in the electrical engineering field as well as experts in computer science field. Having knowledge about both domains and being able to combine them, and use them in other systems, is an important advantage here. In the TU Delft Master of Science Programme Computer & Embedded Systems Engineering this is exactly what you will learn. The programme is unique in providing a holistic view of electronic system design.
Other Master's degree programmes
With a Bachelor's degree from TU Delft you have several options. You can opt to study for a Master’s degree at the same faculty, at a different faculty, or even at another university. To see what your options are, take a look at welkemaster.nl.