15-ECTS Minor

Students from degree courses other than computer science will find many 4TU.Cybsec master specialisation courses relevant.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

The faculty Technology Policy and Management (TPM)  at TU Delft offers a 15-EC specialisation cyber security for the master degree programs Systems Engineering, Policy and Management (SEPAM), Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA), and Management of Technology (MoT)

Students following this specialization need to take the CRM: Cyber Risk Management  (SPM5442) and two of the following 5-EC courses of their choosing:

Most, but not all, of these courses are taught in the first academic semester.

Exception for SEPAM I&C student from before 2016: students must pass an additional 5-EC course in place of CRM, as that course was already part of their curriculum.

Enrolment & Participation

  1. Sign up by following TPM’s master specialization procedure.
  2. We have an active community and expect you to participate. Join our mailing list for important announcements, and keep an eye on the events schedule for the kick-off.
  3. For courses taught by Twente, ensure to enrol in both Twente and Delft in good time by following these steps:
    1. Enrol in your master in Delft via studielink
    2. Complete the form: Application form Subsidiary Student UT 2017-2018 
    3. Make a clear copy of your (valid) passport or ID-Card
    4. Ask for an original certificate tuition fees paid via CSA Delft
    5. Make a recent copy of your transcript of records
    6. Send all information to CSA Twente by post to University of Twente, Attn CSA -- Vrijhof 240, Postbus 217, 7500 AE Enschede
  4. Sign up for exams through Osiris-Delft, even for the UT courses.

If you have any questions, please consult the FAQ, or contact the coordinator, Dr Wolter Pieters.

The faculty Technology Policy and Management (TPM)  at TU Delft offers a 15-EC specialisation cyber security for the master degree programs Systems Engineering, Policy and Management (SEPAM), Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA), and Management of Technology (MoT)

Students following this specialization need to take the CRM: Cyber Risk Management  (SPM5442) and two of the following 5-EC courses of their choosing:

Most, but not all, of these courses are taught in the first academic semester.

Exception for SEPAM I&C student from before 2016: students must pass an additional 5-EC course in place of CRM, as that course was already part of their curriculum.

Enrolment & Participation

  1. Sign up by following TPM’s master specialization procedure.
  2. We have an active community and expect you to participate. Join our mailing list for important announcements, and keep an eye on the events schedule for the kick-off.
  3. For courses taught by Twente, ensure to enrol in both Twente and Delft in good time by following these steps:
    1. Enrol in your master in Delft via studielink
    2. Complete the form: Application form Subsidiary Student UT 2017-2018 
    3. Make a clear copy of your (valid) passport or ID-Card
    4. Ask for an original certificate tuition fees paid via CSA Delft
    5. Make a recent copy of your transcript of records
    6. Send all information to CSA Twente by post to University of Twente, Attn CSA -- Vrijhof 240, Postbus 217, 7500 AE Enschede
  4. Sign up for exams through Osiris-Delft, even for the UT courses.

If you have any questions, please consult the FAQ, or contact the coordinator, Dr Wolter Pieters.

15-ECTS Minor

The faculty Technology Policy and Management (TPM)  at TU Delft offers a 15-EC specialisation cyber security for the master degree programs Systems Engineering, Policy and Management (SEPAM), Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA), and Management of Technology (MoT)

Students following this specialization need to take the CRM: Cyber Risk Management  (SPM5442) and two of the following 5-EC courses of their choosing:

Most, but not all, of these courses are taught in the first academic semester.

Exception for SEPAM I&C student from before 2016: students must pass an additional 5-EC course in place of CRM, as that course was already part of their curriculum.

Enrolment & Participation

  1. Sign up by following TPM’s master specialization procedure.
  2. We have an active community and expect you to participate. Join our mailing list for important announcements, and keep an eye on the events schedule for the kick-off.
  3. For courses taught by Twente, ensure to enrol in both Twente and Delft in good time by following these steps:
    1. Enrol in your master in Delft via studielink
    2. Complete the form: Application form Subsidiary Student UT 2017-2018 
    3. Make a clear copy of your (valid) passport or ID-Card
    4. Ask for an original certificate tuition fees paid via CSA Delft
    5. Make a recent copy of your transcript of records
    6. Send all information to CSA Twente by post to University of Twente, Attn CSA -- Vrijhof 240, Postbus 217, 7500 AE Enschede
  4. Sign up for exams through Osiris-Delft, even for the UT courses.

If you have any questions, please consult the FAQ, or contact the coordinator, Dr Wolter Pieters.

The faculty Technology Policy and Management (TPM)  at TU Delft offers a 15-EC specialisation cyber security for the master degree programs Systems Engineering, Policy and Management (SEPAM), Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA), and Management of Technology (MoT)

Students following this specialization need to take the CRM: Cyber Risk Management  (SPM5442) and two of the following 5-EC courses of their choosing:

Most, but not all, of these courses are taught in the first academic semester.

Exception for SEPAM I&C student from before 2016: students must pass an additional 5-EC course in place of CRM, as that course was already part of their curriculum.

Enrolment & Participation

  1. Sign up by following TPM’s master specialization procedure.
  2. We have an active community and expect you to participate. Join our mailing list for important announcements, and keep an eye on the events schedule for the kick-off.
  3. For courses taught by Twente, ensure to enrol in both Twente and Delft in good time by following these steps:
    1. Enrol in your master in Delft via studielink
    2. Complete the form: Application form Subsidiary Student UT 2017-2018 
    3. Make a clear copy of your (valid) passport or ID-Card
    4. Ask for an original certificate tuition fees paid via CSA Delft
    5. Make a recent copy of your transcript of records
    6. Send all information to CSA Twente by post to University of Twente, Attn CSA -- Vrijhof 240, Postbus 217, 7500 AE Enschede
  4. Sign up for exams through Osiris-Delft, even for the UT courses.

If you have any questions, please consult the FAQ, or contact the coordinator, Dr Wolter Pieters.