ENROLMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH A DUTCH UNIVERSITY BACHELOR’S DEGREE
QuTech Academy offers a state-of-the-art programme that gives you all the tools you need to take part in the global quantum technology effort. If you want to join this revolutionary field of science and engineering, enrol for a master programme at TU Delft.
Enrolment for the master programme at QuTech Academy involves three steps. Read more about the procedures, admission requirements and necessary documents below. When you have any further questions, please contact the coordinator of the master programme.
Step 1: Choose a master programme and check the admission requirements
Quantum technology is a highly interdisciplinary field. For this reason, it is possible to choose your broadening courses from several different disciplines. The first step is thus to pick one of the following TU Delft master programmes to enrol in. This choice will determine which broadening courses you will take. You will find more information on each programme and the specific admission requirements on the master programme’s webpage or in the brochures.
- Applied Physics – Physics for Quantum Devices and Quantum Computing
- Computer Science – Software Technology Track [download brochure]
- Computer Science – Data Science & Technology Track [download brochure]
- Computer Engineering [download brochure]
- Applied Mathematics [download brochure]
- Electrical Engineering (all tracks)
- Embedded Systems [download brochure]
If you want to follow the QuTech Academy courses within one of those master programmes at the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, we advise you to contact the master coordinators of your programme at email@example.com to discuss this opportunity.
From Bachelor to Master programme
Each master programme has specific admission requirements, which you can find on the webpages of the above-mentioned master programmes.
Based on the qualifications of your bachelor’s degree, you can either be admitted directly or you need to take some extra modules, in a bridging programme. Information about degree programmes and transferring from BSc programmes to MSc programmes can be found at doorstroommatrix.nl.
If you need any help regarding the bridging programmes in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics or Embedded Systems, please contact Schakelenfirstname.lastname@example.org If you need any help regarding the bridging programmes in Applied Physics, please contact Mr Arno Haket via A.J.W.Haket@tudelft.nl
Step 2: Application, enrolment and deadlines
Once you have decided which master programme suits you best, you can proceed your application at TU Delft via Studielink. Studielink helps you organise your enrolment easily, clearly and quickly.
You will be officially enrolled when you have fulfilled the admission requirements for the degree programme, and when the digital authorisation for the payment of your tuition fees has been processed. You will then receive a notice of enrolment. The deadline is 1 September.
When you need a bridging programme follow these instructions (deadline 1 July). If you need help, please contact the Contact Center ESA.
Step 3: Enrol for the QuTech Academy courses on Blackboard
The QuTech Academy master courses start in september. Once you have been admitted by TU Delft for the master programme of your choice, you can enrol for our courses on Brightspace. Make sure that you attend the course Fundamentals of Quantum Information first. This course is a prerequisite for the other courses.
Visit our courses page to read more
QuTech is a top quantum institute and has a unique position of combining science and engineering. Knowledge from different fields is combined in the shared dream of creating the first quantum computer and quantum internet. Read more
If you aim for a scientific career in quantum technology, please get in touch with QuTech to discuss the opportunities. If you prefer a career in adjacent industries or business, you might consult the job openings or the available internships. Read more
TU Delft & student housing
TU Delft has over 22.000 students, 20 % of whom are international students. The campus offers many student houses and even a special international student house. Read more
Student & cultural life in Delft
Delft is a vibrant city with lots of out- and indoor activities in sports and culture. Read more
If you have any further questions, please contact QuTech or TU Delft.