From application to enrolment
First of all, you must submit an application for the degree programme via Studielink before 15 January. 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. More information about enrolment
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 an International Secondary School diploma in the Netherlands or abroad? Follow the step-by-step plan:
* The programme in Nanobiology is a joint degree programme. You enrol at TU Delft and you will be automatically enrolled at the other university, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Apply by 15 January at the latest at TU Delft
The Nanobiology programme is a Joint Degree programme. This means that you apply to one university and will be automatically enrolled at two. The Nanobiology programme has a numerus clausus. You must apply for the programme at TU Delft via Studielink by 15 January at the latest. TU Delft will arrange your enrolment at Erasmus University Rotterdam; you do not need to do this yourself.
Paying tuition fees and finalising enrolment
You only pay one set of tuition fees, to TU Delft. Tuition fees are collected via Studielink, so you will need to organise a digital direct debit. You will only be enrolled at the university after you have paid the tuition fee. You will then receive notice of enrolment. You will receive your proof of enrolment documents from Erasmus University Rotterdam later. Try to arrange your enrolment and payment before 1 August. This will ensure that you have the computer account that you need to follow the programme before teaching starts.
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
Read more about Study costs