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Delft University of Technology

Country: Netherlands
City: Delft
 
CHE offers bachelor and master programs and  research groups in the fields of : Social science, theology, education, journalism and communications, nursing, business and services. 

This is the biggest and oldest public university in Holland. Situated in Delft, Holland, it is founded in 1842 by King William II as a Royal Academy to offer education to civil servants. It grows and develops fast and in 1864 change its status to Technology Institute, and in 1905 receives full university rights, in 1986 changes its name to Delft University of Technology.
Nobel laureates Jacobus van Hof, Haike Ones and Simona van der Meer studied in the Delft University. It is also a member of number of federations and university leagues, such as CESAER, UNITECH and 3TU.
 

Faculties and Departments
Bachelor`s degree Programs
Aerospace Engineering
Applied Earth Science
Applied Mathematics
Applied Physics
Architecture
Civil Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Industrial design engineering
Life Science & Technology
Marine Technology
Mechanical Engineering
Molecular Science & Technology
Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Management

Master`s degree Programs

Aerospace Engineering
Applied Earth Sciences
Applied Mathematics
Applied Physics
Architecture
Biochemical Engineering
Bioinformatics (track)
Biomedical Engineering
Building Technology
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering (with a specialisation in: Hydraulic Engineering, Building Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transport & Planning, Water Management or Geo-Engineering)
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Construction Management and Engineering (CME) (In cooperation with the Eindhoven University of Technology and the University of Twente)
Design for Interaction
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Power Engineering (track)
Embedded Systems
Engineering & Policy Analysis
Geomatics
Integrated Product Design
Integrated systems analysis (track)
Landscape Architecture
Life Science & Technology
Management of Technology
Marine Technology
Materials Science & Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Media & Knowledge Engineering
Microelectronics (track)
NanoScience
Offshore Engineering
Organisation and transition management (track)
Real Estate & Housing
Science Education & Communication
Strategic Product Design
Sustainable Energy Technology (SET) (In cooperation with the Eindhoven University of Technology and the University of Twente)
Systems & Control
Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Management
Teacher programme (TULO)
Technological systems innovation (track)
Telecommunications (track)
Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics (in cooperation with the faculties of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering and Technology, Policy and Management)
Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics (in cooperation with the faculties of Civil Engineering and Geosciences and Technology, Policy and Management)
Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics (in cooperation with the faculties of Civil Engineering and Geosciences and Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering)
Urbanism


General information

Students: 19 000, 1 600 international students
Length of study: bachelor: 3-4 years, master 1-2 years
School Year: 2 semesters
Beginning of school year: 5 September
Application Deadline: 1 April

Housing

Delft University can provide accommodations for its international students. The rent varies between 450-600 Euro per month, utilities such as gas, electricity, water, internet and taxes are included. The rooms are fully equipped. After the admission in the university, students receive information about how their accommodation will be organized. It is highly recommended for students to start arranging their housing as soon as possible, since the number of international students is growing every year and the housing is limited. In order to assist as many students as possible, the university works in co-operation with an organization called DUWO.

Study language

Dutch, English

Closest Airport

Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Requirements

- School Leaving Certificate ( High School Diploma ) or Transcript – original and a translated copy in Dutch, English, French or German. 
- Cover letter, explaining your motivation to study in Delft University
- СV, including details about previously attended schools and work experience. 
- Language Certificat:
For programs in Dutch – NT2
For programs in English– IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge Certificates – different results needed for different programs.
- For masters – 2 references by teachers from the attended university

Scholarships

The university provides scholarships (Justus & Louise Van Effen Scholarships, Delft Research Initiative (DRI) Scholarships, TU Delft institutes scholarships) for great achievements and academic accomplishments. Apart from those, some faculties award scholarships to their best students which vary from scholarships, partly covering the tuition fee, to full scholarships, covering the full amount of the tuition fees and the living expenses. Students in the master programs can take advantage of the scholarships Colfuturo, Conacyt, Erasmus Mundus, EU/EFTA Students, MCIT/DEPKOMINFO and others. 

Fees
 
Bachelor: Annual fee of1835 Euro. 
Master: Annual fee of 1 835 Euro. 


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