TU/e is known for our small-scale, personal approach. To maintain this approach and the high quality of our programs, we need to ensure that the right students enroll in our most popular bachelor’s degree programs. For this reason, we appeal to you as a prospective student to give your choice of program a lot of thought. In addition, if there are more applications than we can accommodate, we will select those students who best match our selection profile.
A selection procedure is in place for the Bachelor program Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences. The maximum number of students that can enroll in this program in the academic year 2019-2020 is 275. This is a high limit! So do not get discouraged. Give the selection procedure your best shot.
The selection procedure has the following criteria:
- Your average vwo-5 final exam results (2/3). The deadline is 31 January 2019.
- Your score on the online cognitive test (1/3)
For this cognitive skills test, several time slots will be available between 14 and 25 February 2019. Between 6 and 11 February you will receive more information about the procedure. You will receive a link to register for a time slot of your choice. Put these important dates in your calendar! Do you want to prepare yourself? You can do this via this link. The test will be monitored online to check that the test is completed under the appropriate conditions. More information can be found here.
- Filling in the online skills and motivation questionnaire
You will also receive a link for this questionnaire between 6 and 11 February. The deadline for completing the questionnaire is 25 February 2019.
- Your participation in all activities of the selection day.
On 16 March 2019 there is a selection day at the TU/e campus. Participation is mandatory and is part of the selection procedure. For international candidates there is an online selection day. If you have very serious reasons for not being able to attend this day, you can submit a request via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure that you meet these criteria, for instance by sending in the required documents in time. Otherwise, you may run the risk of being excluded from enrollment, which would be a pity.
In case of an equal ranking based on the selection criteria, the average vwo-5 final exam grade is decisive for your place on the ranking.
Selection day 16 March 2019
If you want to start the AUBS program in September 2019, you are required to take part in the selection day. No exceptions are possible.Read more
If you receive a ranking number of 275 or lower, you are directly granted admission to the AUBS bachelor’s degree program. Confirm your enrollment within two weeks by completing your registration in Studielink. If you do not to this, your place will go to the next person on the ranking list. If you received a ranking number higher than the maximum number, this means that within the next few weeks, you may still be offered a spot. Keep an eye on Studielink and your email.
Apply 15 January at the latest
Students with a previous education outside the Netherlands should submit a complete application via Studielink and Osiris portal before 15 January 2019, and send the required hard copy documents via post to be received by TU/e no later than 15 January 2019.