NC-Master degree courses
There is only a limited number of study places available in the degree courses with restricted admissions (NC-degree courses). The deadline for master degree courses with restricted admissions for the summer semester is January 15, and for the winter semester July 15.
The following admission-restricted master degree courses are offered in the winter semester 2020/2021:
Open admission master degree courses
Every student interested in our degree courses receives a study place in our open admission (NC-free) master degree courses, if the admission requirements are met. You must however apply online and meet the given deadlines. Different application deadlines apply for the open admission master degree courses.
The following open admission master degree courses are offered in the winter semester 2020/2021:
- Addiction Therapy and Social Management in Addiction Care (M.A.)
- General Computer Science (M.Sc.)
- General Engineering (M.Eng.)
- Architecture (M.A.)
- Inclusive Design (M.Sc.)
- Research in Social Work (M.A.)
- Geomatics and Public Works
- High Integrity Systems (M.Sc.)
- Infrastructure - Water and Transport (M.Eng.)
- Information Technology (M.Eng.)
- Mechatronics and Robotics (M.Sc.)
- Advanced Practice Nursing (M.Sc.)
- Healthcare Management (M.A.)
- Negotiating and Designing Contracts (LL.M.)
- Sustainable Structures (M.Eng.)
Application with a preliminary certificate:
If you do not have your bachelor diploma received at the time of application, you may apply with a preliminary certificate issued by your examination office. This certificate must state that you have achieved at least 80% of the required credit points in order to graduate with a bachelor’s degree. A preliminary grade point average must also be included. With this average you will take part in the application procedure.
Your final bachelor diploma must be presented in the case of admission to the Student Services Office on time.