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, Embedded Systems or Computer Engineering. You can specialise in software technology, data science or a combination of hardware and software applications. If you take a suitable bridging minor, you will be able to enrol in other Master’s degree programmes as well. These are two-year Master’s degree programmes and are taught in English.
Master Computer Science, Track Data Science & TechnologyThis track revolves around users, data and media. Covered subjects include the processing, analysis and visualization of large amounts of data, such as videos, sensor data and user interaction with intelligent systems.
Master Computer Science, Track Software TechnologyThis track is about designing and developing software. Subjects include architecture, security, reliability and maintainability. You will work in teams regularly and learn how to use the right tools and development techniques.
Master Embedded SystemsIn this track you will learn to design embedded software and hardware used in a whole range of applications, from cars to pacemakers, in a systematic way. Subjects include chip design, computer architecture, communications networks, real-time operating systems and software engineering.
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 the transfer matrix.