Transferring to a Masters programme
After completing your Bachelor’s degree programme, you can enrol directly in one of the Master’s degree programmes in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Embedded Systems. The Master’s degree programme in Electrical Engineering offers a number of specialised tracks: Wireles Communication and Sensing, Electrical Sustainable Energy, Microelectronics and Signals and Systems. These are two-year Master’s degree programmes and are taught in English.
Electrical Power EngineeringYou will get an in-depth understanding of the challenges that electrical power engineers must overcome. The programme covers a wide range of issues, including renewable energy, smart grids, environmentally friendly material technologies, the decentralisation of power generation, power-systems operation, power electronics and electrical machines.
Signals and SystemsYou will learn to develop theories and algorithms in the broad field of signal processing operations and system design. You can specialise in multimedia signal processing, signal processing for telecommunications, biomedical signal processing, signal processing for remote sensing and signal processing for control systems.
Wireles Communication and SensingYou will learn to design the telecommunications, radar and remote-sensing systems of the future. This also includes the associated knowledge of electromagnetic waves, such as microwaves and terahertz signals, signal processing technology, networks, observation techniques and the design of complex systems.
Embedded SystemsYou will get accustomed to a systematic approach to design the software and hardware embedded ‘under the bonnet’ of a device or machine, such as a car, a pacemaker or a robot. Subjects include: chip design, computer architecture, communications networks, real-time operating systems and software engineering.
Sustainable Energy TechnologyEngineers in Sustainable Energy Technology have a broad knowledge of the field and can act as the system integrators of the energy transition. They can bring different energy subsystems together into one system. Their engineering skills include renewable energy generation, distribution systems and storage.
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.