Dutch BSc degree

Admission to the Master’s programme with a Bachelor’s degree from a Dutch University

In most cases, if you hold a BSc degree and the Master’s programme is closely related to your Bachelor’s programme, you will be admitted directly into the programme. However, if the Master’s programme does not follow directly from your undergraduate programme, you will be required to take additional courses in what is called a bridging programme. This may be a standard programme, or it may be tailored to your specific situation.

To see which Master’s programmes are open to you on completion of your Bachelor’s degree from a Dutch non-technical university, click on http://www.studychoice.nl. If you do your Bachelor’s at a technical university, click on doorstroommatrix.

You will find the specific requirements for admission per programme on the web pages accessible by clicking on Master programmes at TU Delft.

Application and enrolment

Students who have a Dutch diploma can register for TU Delft via Studielink, a system operated by the DUO. Once you register, you will receive a payment form from TU Delft. Return the completed form to TU Delft as soon as possible.

You are considered to be registered in TU Delft if the payment scheme and the tuition payment have been approved. You will receive a confirmation of your registration. More information can be found on http://csa.tudelft.nl.

Application and admission for Aerospace Engineering

Note: this application procedure is only for students with a BSc degree from a Dutch university or from a Dutch HBO who completed a bridging minor/ year at the Faculty of Aerospace.

To get admitted for the Master Aerospace Engineering you have to follow the three steps listed below:

  1. Register via Studielink. For the enrolment in Studielink no formal approval of the Track coordinator is needed
  2. Secondly you have to fill in the Application form Msc Track/profile in MyStudyPlanning and write a motivation letter, which you need to upload in MyStudyPlanning. 
    The application deadline is May 1, when starting in September and December 1, when starting in February. The Track coordinator is entitled to invite you for a meeting to explain your motivation. 
  3. At the start of the MSc programme (in September or February) you also need to register the courses within your track/profile you have chosen and –in consultation with the track coordinator- lay down the specific programme you are going to follow. This also done in MyStudyPlanning and information on this will follow on a later stage. If all requirements are met, you will formally be registered in the track and your MSc programme is recorded in MyTUDelft. Please submit the registration forms as soon as possible, but at least in the first month that you start your MSc programme.

Request for an exemption for certain areas of expertise
For thesis research in the Master and PhD research in certain areas of expertise it’s required to request the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science for an exemption. 
For more information and to apply for this exemption please visit the website of the government.

Special notice for students interested in the track Space Flight: this track has a limited capacity.

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