Admission Requirements

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There are several ways to be admitted to the MSc programme in Systems & Control. Usually the MSc programme is a continuation of an academic BSc programme, but students can also enter after a BSc programme from an institute of higher vocational education (HBO).

Bachelor of Science degree: international students

Direct admittance is granted to students with an academic BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Technical Mathematics of a Dutch University of Technology or a University of the IDEA League (Imperial College London, ETH Zürich, RWTH Aachen, Paris Tech). Any possible deficiencies in background can be resolved by one or two additional courses included as electives. For students with other academic BSc degrees admittance to the MSc programme will be judged on a case by case basis.

Bachelor of Science degree: Dutch students

Please check on http://www.doorstroommatrix.nl/ whether your Bachelor's degree is sufficient for admission, or whether you need to follow a pre-master programme.

Bachelor's degree from a Dutch institute of higher vocational education (HBO)

Candidates with a (HBO) Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Aerospace Engineering and other programmes can be admitted. A pre-master's programme of 30 ECs needs to be completed before the candidate is formally admitted. 

Application procedure and registration

You will have to make a choice for one of the three 3TU-universities for your application. If you are admitted, your main registration will be at this university and you are supposed to live at the location of this university. So it is most logical to choose the university that offers the specialization that suits you best. However, your admission will be recognized by all three universities. At the two other universities you will get a “co-registration” so that you can follow courses at all three universities.

General information and detailed instructions for admission and application can be found on:

Admission Requirements

There are several ways to be admitted to the MSc programme in Systems & Control. Usually the MSc programme is a continuation of an academic BSc programme, but students can also enter after a BSc programme from an institute of higher vocational education (HBO).

Bachelor of Science degree: international students

Direct admittance is granted to students with an academic BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Technical Mathematics of a Dutch University of Technology or a University of the IDEA League (Imperial College London, ETH Zürich, RWTH Aachen, Paris Tech). Any possible deficiencies in background can be resolved by one or two additional courses included as electives. For students with other academic BSc degrees admittance to the MSc programme will be judged on a case by case basis.

Bachelor of Science degree: Dutch students

Please check on http://www.doorstroommatrix.nl/ whether your Bachelor's degree is sufficient for admission, or whether you need to follow a pre-master programme.

Bachelor's degree from a Dutch institute of higher vocational education (HBO)

Candidates with a (HBO) Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Aerospace Engineering and other programmes can be admitted. A pre-master's programme of 30 ECs needs to be completed before the candidate is formally admitted. 

Application procedure and registration

You will have to make a choice for one of the three 3TU-universities for your application. If you are admitted, your main registration will be at this university and you are supposed to live at the location of this university. So it is most logical to choose the university that offers the specialization that suits you best. However, your admission will be recognized by all three universities. At the two other universities you will get a “co-registration” so that you can follow courses at all three universities.

General information and detailed instructions for admission and application can be found on: