Admission requirements for degree programmes depend on your previous education and your chosen Bachelor’s programme.
Admission requirements per programme
Do you have a Dutch pre-university (VWO) certificate? Take a look at the chart to see which degree programmes match your subject cluster.
Students from higher professional education (HBO) and university-level education (WO)
If you have a propaedeutic diploma in Applied Physics from a University of Applied Sciences, you may qualify for admission to the first year of the programme, provided you fulfil the requirements for Mathematics. This means that you either have a pre-university (VWO) certificate in the subject cluster Nature & Technology, or a certificate in Mathematics B at VWO level 6 (final year).
More information about entry from HBO/WO
A foreign diploma gives access to TU Delft if it is equivalent to the VWO diploma and subject cluster. TU Delft will establish this after application. If you have a foreign diploma, you must apply before 1 April. The Central International Office can give you more information on this.
Admission and application.
No valid Dutch diploma
The Colloquium Doctum is a special and strict admission procedure for prospective students who:
- Are not directly admissible to a university program because of their diploma.
- As per 1 September are 21 years or older
- Have a Dutch educational background and have sufficient communication skills in Dutch.
For more information, please contact Contact Centre, with subject: Colloquium Doctum via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read more about: From application to enrolment
Numerus Clausus studies
With International diploma
With VWO diploma