Programme Structure

Factsheet philosophy of science technology and society

Programme overview

Program start and application deadline
Program start
1 February 2018
1 September 2018
1 February 2019
1 September 2019
Admission deadline
1 December 2017 (EU) 1 October 2017 (non-EU)
1 July 2018 (EU) 1 May 2018 (non-EU)
1 December 2018 (EU) 1 October 2018 (non-EU)
1 July 2019 (EU) 1 May 2019 (non-EU)
Admission requirements
Academic degree
Bachelor’s degree in Advanced Technology, Aerospace Engineering, Applied Earth Sciences, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Architecture and Construction Engineering, Architecture, Urbanism & Building Sciences, Art and Technology, Bedrijfskundige Informatica, Biology & Medical Laboratory Research, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Technology, Business & IT, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Communication Science, Computer Science, Computer Science & Engineering, Construction Management, Creative Technology, Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Engineering Physics, Environment, Health Sciences, Industrial Design, Industrial Design Engineering, Industrial Engineering & Management, Industrial Engineering and Management, Information Technology, Innovation Sciences, International Business Administration, Life Science and Technology, Management, Society and Technology, Marine Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Molecular Science and Technology, Psychology, Public Administration, Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Management, Technical Computer Science, Technical Medicine, Textile Engineering and Management, University College Twente (ATLAS), Urban and Regional Planning
Knowledge Minimum
Sufficient proficiency in English. Minimal IELTS: 6.5, minimal TOEFL iBT: 90.
Previous Education
A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in:

- (Applied) Natural Sciences, Engineering Science,
- Social Science,
- Philosophy,

Or: Any other discipline, with an emphasis on the exactnatural sciences, or social sciences or technology and a focus on the application of technology in a particular professional area or on technical interventions in social systems.

Applicants with a bachelor’s degree from the Dutch Technical Universities in Delft, Eindhoven and Enschede automatically qualify for admission.
Personal Motivation
We ask international students to complete an academic skills test, sent to you them after we receive the application form.
Knowledge Minimum
Good writing skills / Computer skills.
Tuition fees
2013 / 2014
full-time, statutory tarif
€ 1.835
part-time, statutory tarif
€ 1.342
Tuition fees
2017 / 2018
full-time, statutory tarif
€ 2.006
part-time, statutory tarif
€ 1.787
full-time, institutional
€ 11.250
full-time, non-EU/EER tarif
€ 11.250
Tuition fees
2018 / 2019
full-time, statutory tarif
€ 2.060
part-time, statutory tarif
€ 1.506
full-time, institutional
€ 11.500
full-time, non-EU/EER tarif
€ 11.500
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