Follow-on Master's programmes
Once you have your BSc degree, you can decide whether to study for a Master’s degree. Be aware that a Bachelor title from a University of Applied Sciences equips you for a career in the world of business, but at a university it is a step towards an academic degree. We therefore advise you to continue studying.
Master's degree programmes within the faculty
Chemical Engineering (TU Delft)After obtaining their Bachelor’s degree, MST students who specialised in Technology often go on to take the Master's degree in Chemical Engineering at TU Delft. The Master’s degree programme has three tracks: Process Engineering (processes and devices), Chemical Product Engineering (products and materials) and Nuclear Science and Engineering (health and industrial applications).
Chemistry (Universiteit Leiden)After obtaining their Bachelor’s degree, MST students who specialised in Chemistry often go on to take the Master's degree in Chemistry at Leiden University. This Master’s degree programme has two research areas: Chemical Biology (understanding biological processes at the molecular level) and Energy & Sustainability (finding solutions to meet demands).
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.