Non-EU/EFTA Applicants with an international bachelor degree
All applicants have to fulfil the minimal TU Delft admission requirements.
For admission to this particular programme applicants need to have obtained an engineering bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or a closely related field with good scores for key subjects.
Applications will be assessed by the admission committee based on the academic performance and study load in the following key subjects:
- mathematics (Calculus, Linear Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Differential Equations)
- probability and statistics
- computer architecture
- programming (especially C language)
Also very relevant are:
- digital systems (including a Hardware Description Language)
- signals and systems
- signal processing
- operating systems
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.
Applicants who meet the minimal TU Delft admission requirements and the academic background admission requirements can apply for admission by following the TU Delft application procedure.
Ranked batch admission
Please note: admission for Non-EU nationals with an international (Non-Dutch) bachelor degree will be granted based on ranked batch admission.
- The application deadline is 15 January (23:59 CEST) after which applications are ranked by the admission committee.
- The ranking criteria are Academic Performance and Study Load in Key Subjects, CGPA, GRE, English level, Motivation and Demonstrated Self-Efficacy.
- Applicants that do not meet our admission requirements will receive the admission decision (rejection letter) within 12 weeks after applying.
- Applicants that fulfil the admission requirements will receive the admission letter mid-March.
- Admission is granted to the best ranked students. Students who are ranked outside of the capacity receive a rejection letter.
There will be no correspondence on ranking criteria or relative ranking numbers.