You can come to our department as an exchange student in Computer Science or in Mathematics.
As an exchange student in the field of Computer Science you only can do courses at our department mentioned in a list of courses for Computer Science. All the other important information for our exchange students can also be found on this place.
In general, doing a master’s project is not possible, unless you find a supervisor yourself beforehand.
Exchange students in the Industrial and Applied Mathematics (IAM) master program should select courses from those offered by the Department of Mathematics (the general rules and the actual list can be found here). It is also possible to choose master courses offered by other departments up to a maximum of 10 ECTS per semester. These courses are indicated by their code: all courses having codes not starting with a 2 are offered by another department.
The TU/e has a semester system, the first semester starts around September 1st and ends around the last week of January, the second semester starts around February 1st and ends around the last week of June (or the first week of July). The master program Computer Science and Engineering makes use of half-semester blocks (called quartiles), which means that you take three courses in parallel (rather than six in a full semester).
Information about all TU/e courses can be found on Osiris.
You have to send the signed application form with all the necessary documents and the signed learning agreement to the e-mail address of the contact person of the department. For more information on how to apply, please visit our website. Deadline for the first semester of the new academic year is May 1st. For the second semester the deadline is October 1st.
TU/e can only guarantee housing for a limited number of exchange students. If housing cannot be guaranteed, you will receive a message from the department handling your application. For more information and tips on how to find accommodation yourself check here.
For more information, please contact the departmental coordinator via contact person.