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 (Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, Marine Technology and Molecular Science & Technology)  is 1 May.
  • 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 May. 

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.
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Follow the step-by-step plan if your previous education was in the Netherlands and you are applying to TU Delft for the first time. 

Will you obtain a Dutch diploma? Follow this step-by-step plan.
Will you obtain an International Secondary School diploma in the Netherlands or abroad? Follow this step-by-step plan.


Programme choice test

TU Delft believes it is important that you choose the degree programme that is right for you. That is why we offer the Programme Choice Check. As soon you have applied via Studielink, you will receive an online questionnaire to fill in. All applicants are given feedback relating to their questionnaire. Depending on the feedback and your chosen degree programme, you may receive an invitation in June to take part in a Programme Choice Check activity organised by the relevant department. These activities vary according to the programme/department, and may include sample lectures, workshops, and individual or group sessions with senior students. The activities are designed to ensure that the degree programme you finally choose is the right one for you.
For more information read the FAQ on the Programme Choice Check


If have any specific questions about your enrolment, take a look at the FAQ or contact Contact Centre.