The MSc programme Engineering and Policy Analysis (EPA) is a fully accredited, two-year full-time MSc programme taught in English in The Hague, Netherlands. The two fundamental themes of the EPA programme are Policy and politics & Analytics, modelling and simulation. We strongly believe that student performance is not only influenced by the quality of our education but also by EPA community building – both between students and between students and staff; we have an introduction week and regular drinks, there is a very active student body, international diners organized by students themselves, and much more.
- Incentive: Around €2.000,- for an EU student to €15.000,- for a non-EU student (equals 1 year of tuition fee).
Follow these steps to win a fee waiver to study your MSc in Engineering and Policy Analysis! 1. Do the Sqore challenge => http://bit.ly/2Gep67F 2. Fill out the profile form 3. Apply to the University here =>
IMPORTANT: This challenge is not an application to TU Delft. The winner of this challenge will only be granted the fee waiver if he/she meets the admission requirements, applies for starting in college year 2018/2019 and is admitted to the programme by the admission committee.
- A university Bachelor’s degree (or proof that you have nearly completed a Bachelor’s programme) in a main subject closely related to the MSc programme in Engineering and Policy Analysis, with good grades on the key courses.
- A BSc Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 75% of the scale maximum.
- Proof of English language proficiency: A score of at least 90 on the TOEFL or an overall Band score of at least 6.5 on the IELTS (academic version).
- EPA candidates need to have a clear interest in modelling and simulation, and proven ability of either modelling or programming. EPA candidates preferably should be able to show their social engagement and/or interest in social and policy sciences from past (study) activities and/or experience. Candidates should have a good mathematical background including calculus and have a basic understanding of general statistics.
- You can read more about admissions requirements here. => http://bit.ly/2BXCO0F