Transferring to a Masters programme
Once you have your BSc degree, you can decide whether to study for a Master’s degree. Be aware that a Bachelor title from a University of Applied Sciences equips you for a career in the world of business, but at a university it is a step towards an academic degree. We therefore advise you to continue studying.
Master's degree programmes within the faculty
After completing your Bachelor’s degree programme, you can choose to do a two-year Master’s programme. If you decide to stay at the faculty, you can do: the faculty’s two-year Master’s programme in Aerospace Engineering or the international Erasmus Mundus European Wind Energy Master (EWEM) and the Master’s degree programme in Aerospace Engineering.
Other Master's degree programmes
With a Bachelor's degree from TU Delft you have several options. You can opt to study for a Master’s degree at the same faculty, at a different faculty, or even at another university. To see what your options are, take a look at the transfer matrix.
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