This is a summary of the requirements only. They are subject to change. Therefore, always consult the websites indicated below which give the latest and definitive instructions.

BSc degree from a Dutch University
In most cases, if you hold a BSc degree that is closely related to the master’s programme you are applying for, you will be admitted. However, if the master’s programme does not follow directly from your undergraduate programme, you will be required to complete a bridging programme. To see which master’s programmes are open to you on completion of your bachelor’s degree from a non-technical Dutch university go to If you completed your bachelor’s at a technical university, go to

Degree from a Dutch university of applied sciences
An HBO bachelor’s degree does not qualify you for direct admission to a TU Delft master’s degree programme. To start a master’s degree programme, you will first need to complete a supplementary programme in order to bring your knowledge to the required level. Details can be found at:

International applicants
You must:

  1. hold a bachelor’s degree from a respected university (or proof that you are soon to complete one) in a main subject closely related to the MSc programme to which you are applying;
  2. have achieved a bachelor cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least 75% of the scale maximum, unless specific requirements are defined for the country in which you obtained your bachelor’s degree;
  3. meet our English language requirements;
  4. submit examples of your work.

The general requirements are given on the TU Delft admissions and applications website: More specific information about the requirements of each programme and track are given on the faculty website: The application period starts in September and closes on 1 April. All applications are made online through the TU Delft website and require a non-refundable application fee. It usually takes eight weeks before the admission decision can be communicated to you. You are advised to apply as early as possible as the number of places on some programmes will be limited.