Admission and application
Before going into the full process of admission and application, why don't you start by dropping an email to the coordinator of the master program, dr. Roger Jaspers.
We can support you in all the practicalities during the application process, such as entrance criteria, tuition fees, stipendium, rules for EU or non-EU students.
Click below which option applies for you, to see the requirements for admission or to actually apply for the Fusion Master program:
- I'm an international (Bachelor) student
- I'm a Dutch 4TU - UT/TUD/WUR - (Bachelor) student
- I'm a Dutch WO (Bachelor) student
- I'm a Dutch HBO (Bachelor) student
!! If you did not notice this in the above link: international students need to complete an online admission application form. Be aware that you need to create an account first.
Do not forget the deadlines for application! A requirement of most scholarships is that you have been admitted to a Master's program before you may apply to the scholarship. It is therefore important that you take note of the scholarships deadlines and apply well in advance to the TU/e Master's program of your choice in time to meet the scholarship deadline.
Study costs, scholarships and grants
It is important that you have enough money to support yourself while you are a student. Indeed, you will need to show that this is the case in order to get your visa to enter the Netherlands. Your expenses will arise in a number of ways – tuition fees, accommodation, food, travel, leisure activities, laundry, clothing, books and other day-to-day requirements.
Overview from application through admission to enrollment
The following page gives an overview of all the steps you have to follow in order to apply for the Fusion Master: