Applicants for a master’s programme should have a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent qualification from a recognized university or accredited academic institution in a discipline related to that of the master’s programme.
Bachelor's degree not finished yet?
If you have yet to complete your bachelor’s programme, you can still apply for admission to a master’s programme at the University of Twente. You may be granted a conditional acceptance based on your transcripts, detailed curriculum information, relevant research and expected graduation date. However, you must submit your bachelor’s degree before you can start the master’s programme.
Proficiency in the English language is a prerequisite.
Our e-check helps international students with an international degree to find out whether they are eligible for a particular master’s programme. The test takes about five minutes to complete and gives individual advice about your chances of being admitted to the master’s programme of your choice. See our eligibility check overview for all available checks.
Student workload at Dutch universities is expressed in ECTS. ECTS stands for European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, a system widely used throughout the European Union. In the Netherlands, each credit represents 28 hours of work. We would like to point out that recognition of credits is at the discretion of your home institution (please contact the International Office of your home university).