Are you interested in joining the Master’s Spatial Engineering after completing your Bachelor’s degree? In a number of cases, you might be required to complete a pre-master programme first.
A pre-masters programme is a transfer programme for bachelor's students from a university of applied sciences (HBO) or a Dutch research university, who want to continue with a master's at a university, but do not have the required level of education.
The programme exists to help you make up for any deficiencies between the Spatial Engineering's entry requirements and their previous Dutch HBO or Dutch university bachelor’s programmes.
This pre-master's programme, or transfer minor, dominantly aims at preparing you for the Master's Spatial Engineering. Upon successful completion of the programme, you have direct and unconditional access to this Master’s Spatial Engineering. It is a full-time study programme of one semester with three courses:
You can enrol in the pre-master's in September.
Motivation and capacity
It is good to know that this pre-masters aims to attract students from universities of applied sciences (HBO) who have adequate motivation and capacities to complete an English-taught degree programme at university level.
Mathematics and English
At the University of Twente, we assume that your knowledge of mathematics and English is at VWO level. In any case, you need 120 credits from your current related bachelor’s, before starting this pre-master's.
In order to determine whether your current study is sufficiently related to Spatial Engineering please check the Transfer Matrix.
Please note that if your current bachelor's involves a non-related programme, your application will be judged on the basis of an individual educational curriculum/portfolio and motivation letter. The admission board will review your application and decide based on the bachelor’s education (technical focus) if you are directly admissible, admissible under conditions (pre-masters) or not admissible.