Language proficiency requirements

Twelve of the TU/e Bachelor's programs are conducted in the English language:

  • Applied mathematics
  • Applied physics
  • Architecture, urbanism and building sciences
  • Automotive
  • Chemical engineering and chemistry
  • Data science
  • Electrical engineering
  • Industrial design
  • Psychology & technology
  • Software Science
  • Sustainable innovation
  • Web science  

All other Bachelor's programs are conducted in the Dutch language.

The language proficiency requirements are therefore as follows:

For TU/e Bachelors programs conducted in the English language

If you are applying for a TU/e Bachelor’s program conducted in English, you must send proof of English proficiency with your application documents.

For TU/e Bachelor's programs conducted in the Dutch language

If you are applying for a TU/e Bachelor’s program conducted in Dutch, and you are not a Dutch national, any admission to the TU/e will be conditional on you first gaining the NT2-II test result.

Because part of the literature of your Bachelor’s program is in English, we also require proof of your English proficiency.