Our very own TU vlogger Hugo has been filming his life as a student at TU Delft. He’s been uploading them on the TU Delft YouTube channel, but to give people a chance to just follow Hugo we’ve given him his own channel: TU Delft Vlogs. Subscribe and share it with your friends, little brothers and sisters, housemates, study mates and random people you run into on the street.
Hugo has been vlogging about his student life in Delft, showing (future) students what the life of a TU Delft student looks like. In his videos he takes you to his lectures, exams, Dream Team work, student house and small trips abroad.
So take a look at the youtube channel and let us know what you think!
Each year, students at TU Delft elect the best lecturer of their faculty. These lecturers are then nominated for the title Best Lecturer TU Delft. A jury consisting of members of the Executive Board, the Student Council, the Study Associations Council and previous winners judges each of the nominees and chooses the winner of this TU Delft award by students. Continue reading
TU Delft now offers you fully online courses in which you can learn at your own pace and time. Guided by inspiring lecturers ranging from Universities in Australia to our own campus you are able to participate in an online course that you will finish with an assessment (varying from a written exam here at our campus to a digital oral assessment with the lecturer) and receive credits for your grade list.
What do you need to do to apply?
Find your MOOC, apply by filling out a form and after selection start your online experience. All steps can be found in more detail at this website: www.tudelft.nl/creditsformoocs
What do I need to do to incorporate courses in my study programme?
The courses can be regarded as electives and can be used as part of a free minor, in the master or in the honours programmes. To incorporate these courses in your study programme you need to follow the regular procedures at your faculty.
At this moment we offer you twelve topics provided by the University of Queensland, Australian National University, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and the TU Delft. For the start of next academic year a different variety of topics will be made available.
So keep an eye on the website and start searching your online course!
For questions you can email us: email@example.com
All new international students to TU Delft are welcomed by the Central International Office (CIO) with a Introduction Programme. Every year over 2,000 international students take part in the two Introduction Programmes, organised in February and August. The Introduction Programme is a warm welcome to the new students. The academic, social and acculturation programme gives them the best possible start to their studies in Delft.
For the CIO to be able to organise these two programmes, they need several Dutch students to help with the organisation and preparation. And this is where you come in!
Are you a scheduler (for making schedules from student databases and accurate statistics), a communicator (updating the online community for internationals Delftulip, social media, e-mail), an organizer for welcome activities (creating a great programme of optional activities, liaising with student organizations) or a Welcomer for the Welcome Café?(Creating a well organized and welcoming space for the new internationals). All of these roles for which people are needed will also involve working with other tasks and require some flexibility.
Qualities and skills
- Hardworking, flexible and working well under pressure.
- Understand the needs of international students.
- Enthusiastic to help create a great Introduction Programme.
- Takes responsibility.
- Team player and helping out others.
- Good command of English.
- Indesign/ Photoshop
- Excel/ Access
- Movies making
- Blog experience
- Member of a student organization
- Experience with different types of social media and using them for an event
- Welcoming and friendly
- Assistants must be available for both Introduction Programmes in February spring break and the last 2 weeks of August.
- Assistants will work throughout 2017, with more hours leading up to each programme and less in between. Holidays are not possible in January, July or August due to the peak periods.
- On average assistants work 10 hours per week.
- Maximum 500 hours work per year.
- Regularly working at the Central International Office during office hours with some tasks able to complete at home
So, having read this entire list and still interested? Here is how you can apply before 2 December!
- Email IntroductionProgramme@tudelft.nl
- Include your CV and a motivation letter
- Please state which role you are most interested in (remembering that all roles will help out with other tasks) and which specific skills you have
- Closing date is Friday 02 December
- Interviews will be held from 5-16 December
Download the (additional) information: International Introduction Programme student assistant
The university has planned a new ICT maintenance weekend on 26 and 27 November. Due to this, you might experience some trouble with the wireless network. Remember to bring your network cable to stay connected, since the wired network will be working fine.
Unfortunately those of you working and studying in the TPM building will be unable to access the university network all day on Saturday, because the wired connections will be replaced.
So when you have planned to study or work at the university this weekend, bring your network cable and do not use the TPM building! When you experience problems or in case of an emergency, call +31 15 2781226
A broader interest in the ICT maintenance activities? Or you’d like to be kept up to date about maintenance work and possible disruptions? More info here clickety-click.
Finished with your exams and waiting for the results? Then you should know that your registration at TU Delft will not be terminated automatically when you are graduated. . When you are graduating, you should file a request for deregistration during the month of graduation. You do not have to wait until graduation; you may submit the request as soon as you can, preferably even a couple of weeks prior to your graduation date.You pay tuition fees up to and including the last month of your registration. Retroactive deregistration is not allowed
So, have you passed your exams and are you officially done studying? Time to deregister and celebrate! Visit the CSA website for more information regarding deregistration and/or a possible refund of tuition fees.
No restitution of tuition fee
If you’ll continue your studies in the 2016-2017 academic year, beware of the changes in the rules for restitution of tuition fee. If you deregister during the 2016-2017 academic year, you will not be entitled to a refund if you terminate your enrolment by 1 July or 1 August.
Are you a first year student and did you attend the opening of the academic year? We are very interested to know how your perfect Opening Academic Year 2017-2018 would look like. To pick your brain for ideas and suggestions for speakers we are organising a lunch session on Tuesday 22 November, 12:30 – 13:45 at Mekelzaal 4, Science Centre. This is your chance to speak out and influence the programme (and of course have a free lunch)!
Please let us know that you are coming by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Are you on your way towards, or in the process of, graduating? Maybe you’re already looking for internship positions. The Tour of the Enterprises 2016 offers you the perfect opportunity to network with a variety of enterprises in the Delft region. Continue reading
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Okay, now that you have, you might have noticed during previous exams or during your central exams at high school: they’re a serious thing! We love to help you out so we made this small illustration about things you should keep in mind while making your exams.
Now they might seem obvious but, for instance, did you know that when you do not turn your phone completely off, you could be seen as committing fraud? Better to avoid that risk altogether. And if you have any brothers or sisters you can definitely relate to this one: hearing someone eat noisy foods is so annoying! Continue reading
It is time for Maintenance once again! During this ICT Maintenance Weekend on 15 and 16 October, you might experience service interruptions affecting a large number of ICT services on Saturday, including A-select/MDS, Blackboard, PeopleSoft and the TU Delft website. There will also be short network interruptions affecting the wired and wireless network. Furthermore, maintenance work will be carried out on the faculty-managed servers on Saturday.
When you want to study or work in the CEG building, you will be unable to access the TU Delft network (both wired and wireless) for the entire day while the wired connections are being replaced. (check out this link for more information)
Important: In the event of an emergency, call +31 15 2781226!
Please take the maintenance activities into account when planning your work. If the maintenance work on Saturday takes longer than expected, it will be continued on Sunday. The university apologises for any inconvenience caused by the maintenance work and thank you for your understanding. You can find more information about these activities here.
If you have any questions about the maintenance weekend, please contact the Service Desk in your building. If you would like to remain informed about all maintenance work and possible disruptions, click here.