Delft University of Technology, 2019-2020

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is ranked as the 22nd university of engineering and technology in the world by the QS World University Rankings (2018). It is the largest and most comprehensive university of engineering sciences in the Netherlands, with modern facilities and a rich tradition. TU Delft is leading the way in research into technological innovations, contributing to scientific advancement in the interests of society, with research emphases in energy, environment, health and infrastructure.

City Delft
Orange Tulip scholarship

Total number of scholarships: 1

The scholarship covers: 

  • 100% of tuition fee (€50.000)
  • living costs (€860/month)

Specific study programmes:

  • MSc Applied Physics,
  • MSc Chemical Engineering,
  • MSc Life Science & Technology,
  • MSc Nanobiology,
  • MSc Science Education & Communication
Duration of the scholarship

Entire duration of the studies

Deadline for application 1 March 2019

More information

International Recruitment Officer ()

www.tnw.tudelft.nl/msc

Note: Additional Faculty Scholarships may be offered to runners-up. Please visit TU Delft website for more information.

Requirements 

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field, as specified per programme in the programme admissions requirements
  • TOEFL iBT (min. 90) / IELTS (min.6.5) / Cambridge English certificate
  • GPA minimum 85%
  • Applicants must meet the criteria above and be in the process of applying to or already be admitted to one of the TU Delft, Faculty of Applied Sciences 2019-2021 MSc programmes listed above.

OTS application documents:

Application deadline is 1 March 2019.

More about Delft University of Technology

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is ranked as the 22nd university of engineering and technology in the world by the QS World University Rankings (2018). It is the largest and most comprehensive university of engineering sciences in the Netherlands, with modern facilities and a rich tradition. TU Delft is leading the way in research into technological innovations, contributing to scientific advancement in the interests of society, with research emphases in energy, environment, health and infrastructure.

The Faculty of Applied Sciences is the largest faculty of TU Delft and is at the frontier of contemporary engineering science. Researchers of the Faculty are active in a range of fields, including nanotechnology, quantum transport, robotics, biotechnology, molecular engineering, energy-efficient industrial processing, nuclear science, optics and imaging. Much of the research being carried out at the Faculty is interdisciplinary. TU Delft and the Faculty maintain close links with international industry and university partners. These strategic alliances contribute to the relevance of the academic programmes and offer excellent career prospects for TU Delft graduates.

TU Delft’s 2 year MSc programmes are conducted fully in English and include coursework, an internship, and a research thesis.

The TU Delft, Faculty of Applied Sciences OTS is a full scholarship covering tuition fees and living expenses. It is open to excellent applicants for the following MSc programmes:

  1. Applied Physics, tracks: Physics for Energy, Physics for Fluid Engineering, Physics for Health and Life, Physics for Instrumentation, Physics for Quantum Devices and Quantum Computing
  2. Chemical Engineering, tracks: Chemical Product Engineering, Process Engineering
  3. Life Science & Technology (Department of Biotechnology), specialisations: Biocatalysis, Biochemical Engineering, Cell Factory
  4. Nanobiology
  5. Science Education and Communication, track: Science Communication

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