Admission and application
Applicants seeking admission to the MSc Programme in Science Communication should have a Bachelor’s degree in one of the natural sciences or technology subjects, related to those taught at TU Delft. To determine whether you are eligible for admission, please visit http://www.doorstroommatrix.nl (for students with a Dutch degree).
See detailed information on applications for:
- BSc students TU Delft and other Dutch universities
- Bachelor of Engineering (HBO) students
- International students
Please note that the name of this track will change to Communication Design for Innovation per 1 September 2020.
The Bachelor’s-before-Master’s rule (‘harde knip’ in Dutch) is the legal provision that states that a student must first complete their Bachelor’s or Pre-Master’s programme before they can move on to a Master’s programme. In order to limit possible study delays and related adverse consequences due to COVID-19, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science has allowed universities to put temporary measures in place for the transition from a Bachelor’s to a Master’s programme.
For more information see Transition from bachelor to master.
Measures applicable for applicants in the SEC programme:
- BSc students who have a deficit of maximum 15 EC of an appropriate BSc program from TU Delft on August 31, 2020, have access to both tracks of the TU Delft MSc program Science Education and Communication.
- There are no specific requirements with regard to the courses obtained within the bachelor's programme.
- A compulsory study planning (in consultation with the academic counsellors) should be delivered before the start of the academic year 2020-2021, ensuring the completion of their BSc programme before Sept. 1, 2021.