Double Degrees (MSc)
What is that?
TU Delft offers Master’s students the opportunity to compile an individual Double Master's Degree programme.
When am I eligible?
Each separate MSc exam programme must comprise a minimum of 120 ECTS credits.
Of these 120 ECTS credits per MSc programme, at least 60 ECTS credits need to be unique over the total Double Degree programme.
The complete Double Degree programme must comprise at least 180 ECTS credits. The graduation project can be a combination of both programmes, but must comprise at least two separate graduation reports (or sub-reports) or theses.
You must be enrolled in both programmes for the duration of the double degree. If the tuition fees for the programmes are different, you will pay the highest amount.
In addition to the general conditions stated above, the Board of Examiners EEMCS also set a number of specific conditions that have to be met to get permission to start with a Double Degree MSc programme. These conditions are described in detail in the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Examiners EEMCS 2020-2021, article 26.
How to apply
Consult the Master's/track coordinators of both programmes beforehand.
If you want to take a Double Degree, you must make a written application to the Boards of Examiners.
The request must include:
- The application form Master Double Degree that can be found on the Student administration offices page: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/student/administration/student-administration-offices/
- A supporting letter that explains why you want to take the Double Degree and that demonstrates the joint character of the programmes.
The Board of Examiners of the Bachelor's programme in which you were enrolled acts as secretary. When the Board of Examiners of both programmes have approved the request, the secretary will inform the student and the Study Programme Adminstration (SPA).
You are personally responsible for enrolling for both programmes.