The admission requirements for one of our Master's degree programs depend on your previous education. Some levels of previous education provide direct admission to a Master's program, but it is also possible that you will need to apply for admission. In some cases you need to follow a pre-Master's program first. Find out here if you are eligible and what steps you need to take to enroll.
The following Bachelor's degrees completed at our university give youdirect access to the Master's in Computer Science and Engineering:
- A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science completed at TU/e
Admissions to the DSiE MSc requires basic working knowledge and skills in the following subjects, as acquired in approved Bachelors level coursework:
- logic and set theory (2IT60),
- linear algebra (2WF20 or 2DBI00),
- data modeling and databases (2ID50),
- calculus-based statistics and probability (2DI90),
- data structures and algorithms (2IL50 and 2ILC0).
The relevant course codes at TU/e are given in parentheses.
Note that these courses themselves have mandatory prerequisites. Lack of knowledge in up to three of the indicated subjects can be compensated for during the Masters program.
You can transfer to a deficiency program of 30 ECTS after completing the following Bachelor's degrees at TU/e:
- Applied Mathematics
- Applied Physics
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Design
- Innovation Sciences
- Mechanical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
You can find more information relating to the deficiency program on the education guide website.
Pre-Master's programs for Higher Vocational Education graduates
Do you hold a higher vocational education degree? Please refer to the section entitled Pre-Master's programs for Higher Vocational Education graduates.
If you hold a Bachelor's degree from a university other than a university of technology or if you have a different but related background, you will need to present your academic transcript to a selection committee. It is likely that you will need to follow the deficiency program. To find out more, please contact the Academic Advisor.
Study possibilities: Full-time
Degree: Master of Science
Times of entry: September or February
Duration: 2 years (120 ECTS)
Master’s thesis: 30 ECTS