I am a non EU/EFTA citizen
The MSc Aerospace Engineering has a limited capacity for non-EU/EFTA applicants. If you are eligible for admission, your application will be reviewed by a selection committee. The deadline for handing in your application is 15 January 2020. At the beginning of March, all non-EU/EFTA applicants will be informed about the outcome of their admission request.
Our online application form will be available as from 15 October 2019.
All information regarding admission and application for TU Delft MSc programmes is available on this site.
To know if you are eligible for admission, you will need to submit a complete application for the selection committee to review. Most applicants for our MSc in Aerospace Engineering hold a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. Some hold a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Applied Physics.
The MSc programme Aerospace Engineering selection committee will look at the Academic Performance of an applicant, such as the GRE test scores, (relevant) courses and general performance. Additionally, the selection committee will look at the motivation of the applicant. For example, the reason why an applicant is interested in studying (a specific track of) the MSc Aerospace Engineering at the Delft University of Technology. Moreover, applicants are recommended to take a look at the student code of ethics to reflect on that in their motivation letter. Motivation letters are expected to be between 1,000 and 1,500 words. Lastly, be advised that including a reference letter in your application is optional, however it is mandatory in case you are applying for a scholarship.
In addition to meeting TU Delft’s general admission requirements, applicants with an international diploma are also required to take the GRE revised General Test.