Courses available to incoming exchange students at the Faculty of Applied Sciences – Academic year 2021-2022. Course information Spring 2022 will be updated in summer 2021.
Example course proposals
The Faculty of Applied Sciences offers course proposals to incoming exchange students. These course proposals do not constitute compulsory sets of courses but are proposals to help you compose your exchange programme. Exchange students at the Faculty of Applied Sciences are strongly encouraged to finalise their course proposals in the application process of OSIRIS. The course choice will be confirmed during the admission process. Please check carefully the prerequisites of each course or minor programme.
Courses at other TUD faculties
A maximum of 49% of an exchange student’s credits (ECTS) can be taken at other faculties (except at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment). However, we encourage students to take more courses at the Faculty of Applied Sciences. This increases the chances of getting accepted. No guarantees can be given before arrival regarding course options at other faculties (it depends on availability and time schedules). Always check the study guide well in advance for the prerequisites.
Master’s courses are open to Master’s students and to Bachelor’s students who have completed or almost completed three years of study at the moment of application. For Bachelor's students two years may be sufficient, depending on their academic background.
Overview course proposals
Below is an overview of the course proposals we offer for each study programme at our faculty in the academic year 2021-2022. You can find additional course-specific information and expected prior knowledge for each course at studyguide.tudelft.nl. Please note that some minor changes might be made to the offered course proposals.
The academic year consists of two semesters (60 ECTS) and each semester (30 ECTS) is divided into two education periods of 10 weeks (15 ECTS). The first (Autumn) semester starts in early September (Introduction in August) and ends in late January. The second (Spring) semester starts in early February and ends in early July.