Applicants with a Dutch bachelor degree
All applicants have to fulfil the minimal TU Delft admission requirements.
Direct admission (no specific requirements)
Individuals holding one of the following Dutch degrees can be admitted to the master programme in Computer Science:
- Bachelor degree in Computer Science & Engineering (Technische Informatica (TI)) from Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology or University of Twente
- Bachelor degree in Computer Science from a Dutch research university
- Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering or Applied Mathematics from Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University or University of Twente and a completed bridging programming in Computer Science & Engineering from TU Delft
- Bachelor degree Computer Science & Engineering from a Dutch HBO institution (TI) in combination with a completed bridging programme in Computer Science & Engineering from TU Delft.
Individual admission (with a Dutch university bachelor degree)
If your Dutch university bachelor degree does not give direct admission, you can apply for individual admission if you meet the academic background admission requirements. Please register for the master programme Computer Science via Studielink and send an email to MSc-EEMCS@tudelft.nl. You will receive instructions on which documents to supply for the assessment by the admission committee. Please note: We do not offer a bridging programme to applicants with a Dutch university bachelor degree from outside of the EEMCS faculty.
Admission to the bridging programme in Computer Science and Engineering
If you have a Dutch HBO bachelor degree in Computer Science and Engineering (Technische Informatica) you can apply for a bridging programme that after completion gives admission to our master programme in Computer Science. Please see the following link for more information and application possibilities.