About TU Delft
With a history of over 170 years of excellence in research and education, TU Delft has established itself as one of the leading technical universities in Europe, as demonstrated in the yearly world university rankings. TU Delft is positioned no. 17 in the world ranking in the Engineering & Technology subject of the QS ranking in 2015. We have 20.000 students on campus and 600.000 online students who are studying MOOCs. TU Delft is partner in Edx, a collaboration of institutes like Harvard and MIT for online education.
We prepare you for your career and future endeavours by combining the expertise of our world-class academic staff with our advanced learning facilities. Our partnerships with the business community ensure that the knowledge you gain can be applied in the real world. This is why our students choose TU Delft: they find appropriate employment easy or become successful entrepreneurs.
With over 100 nationalities, 25% of our students being international students, we can honestly say that you will become part of a truly international community. And with partnerships with more than thirty universities all over the world and our close links with (inter)national industry, we enable our students to further increase their international experience.
We have 4 English taught bachelor studies, 12 bachelor programmes in Dutch en all our masters (>35) are taught in English.
TU Delft offers three-year Bachelor of Science programmes, focussing on mathematics, mechanics and physics. You will attend lectures and apply what you learn in projects. Right from the start you will be working in a team on assignments under the supervision of lecturers. A test or project concludes the Bachelor programme.
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TU Delft offers the following Bachelor programmes:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Applied Earth Sciences
- Applied Mathematics
- Applied Physics
- Civil Engineering
- Clinical Technology
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Design Engineering
- Life Science & Technology
- Marine Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
- Molecular Science & Technology
- Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Management
Master of Science
TU Delft offers some 40 English-language MSc programmes. The programme duration is two years. The first year comprises theoretical study, assignments and laboratory work. The second year is largely devoted to thesis work, which involves participating in one of the university’s advanced research or design projects or taking an internship or research assignment within a company.
Problem-oriented, creative, innovative, learning by doing. Our objective is to produce graduates who are critical independent thinkers so they later become engineers capable of independently solving problems. The curriculum focuses to a great extent on analysis and problem-solving in groups, and the writing of papers. During your study, guidance and assistance will be available at all times.
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Studying at TU Delft
This website not only offers information about our Master’s degree programmes but you can also find out more about Studying at TU Delft. It covers subjects such as study facilities, information activities, admission and application, finances, student life, finding accommodation, and information for international students, for example.
Overview TU Delft’s MSc programmes
You can get two different overviews of TU Delft’s master’s programmes:
- a list of all master’s programmes and their associated tracks
- a list of master’s programmes by theme
International Student Ambassadors
With over 100 nationalities– 30% of our MSc students and even over 60% of our PhD students– being international students, we can honestly say that you will become part of a truly international community. Curious about what it is like to be an international student at TU Delft? Contact our Student Ambassadors.
Post graduate programmes
- Phd at TU Delft
TU Delft offers a stimulating environment for excellent PhD candidates who wish to obtain a doctoral degree with the highest possible value for their career.
- Traineeships engineering design
The objective of designer programmes is to increase the designer’s independence and flexibility and it trains designers to look beyond the limitations of his own discipline.
- Programmes for management and innovation (Executive education)
Executive education Studies offers five major postgraduate programmes. These programmes aim to strengthen the innovative capabilities of individuals and organisations from both the private and the public sector.
- Post-master programme ‘Master City Developer’
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Delft University of Technology (Real Estate & Housing) and OBR (the ‘Development Company’) Rotterdam offer a top-level degree course focusing on employing an integrated approach in the development of urban areas.
- Post-master programme ‘European Post-master in Urbanism’ (EMU)
Four leading European universities – UPC Barcelona, TU Delft, KU Leuven and Universitá IUAV di Venezia have designed a joint post-master programme ‘European Post-master in Urbanism’.
- Post-master programme ‘The Berlage Post-master in Architecture and Urban Design’
The Berlage Post-master in Architecture and Urban Design focuses intensively on how architects and urban designers practice in a globalized world, concentrating on the complex development of the built environment within different context.
- Short courses
TU Delft offers a variety of short courses, which enable engineers to keep up with recent developments in their own field.
- Stan Ackermans Institute
- Online education
- Professional Education
Contact and accessibility
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The TU Campus can be reached from Delft Station with the district lines 69, 55, 174 or 40.
The TU Campus is easily accessible by car via the A13, exit Delft/Pijnacker and exit Delft Zuid/TU-wijk.
Housing TU Delft
For more information about the accessibilty of the TU Delft buildings go to the overview.