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Have a great summer time!

From examinations to relaxation

Finished all your exams and tests? Congratulations! Haven’t got the grades you hoped for? Resits will be in week 33 which starts on Monday 12 August. Don’t forget to register in time and remember: when you finished them, it’s also time for you to relax.

Summer activities on campus

The campus won’t sleep during summer. There will be activities at X – from caveman BBQ workshops till fine arts workshops – and by the end of the summer new students will visit the campus. Want to help us? We are still looking for support for the Ontvangstweek. Do you want to meet the new master and exchange students? See what’s happening on instagram: Introduction Programme.

Less messages on student news

We are also taking a break, which means that we won’t post as many messages on Studentnews as we do during the year.  Would you like to share your summer experiences with us? Send an e-mail to news-students@tudelft.nl

Ooops! Forwarded TU mail may not arrive

If you automatically forward your TU emails to another email address outside the TU, for example to your private email address, they may not arrive. When emails are forwarded, they are given a digital characteristic (a kind of signature) which means that they are no longer recognised by some receiving email servers and are therefore refused. Investigations are underway into the cause of the problem. For the time being, you are advised not to forward your TU emails automatically. Emails sent from TU Delft to your TU email address will arrive as normal.

Technical details
The problem for the most part occurs when both the sender and the recipient use ‘DKIM’ with their email servers. The email is given a kind of signature when it is sent. The TU Delft server subsequently forwards the email to, for example, a Gmail address. Some receiving email servers detect that the email has in someway been changed during the forwarding process, so that the email no longer matches the DKIM signature. The email will then be refused and not delivered. A non-delivery report will be sent to the sender, but this will not be delivered for the same reason.

If you have any questions, please contact your building’s Service Desk.

A short reminder to not forget to unenrol after the final part of your study

Have you completed the final part of your study? Please be aware that you need to send a request to terminate your enrolment via Studielink as it will not be done automatically. Tuition fees need to be paid up to and including the last month of your enrolment. Please note! After 31 May it is only possible to unenrol per 31 August. You still have to pay tuition fee for the months of July and August. Retroactive unenrolment is not allowed.
Visit the SA website for more information regarding unenrolment and/or possible refund of tuition fees.

Living in Delft?

Also when you stop studying and are living in Delft, don’t forget to get unregistered in Delft as well. Report your move to your new municipality or when you are relocating abroad and people are staying behind at the address you are leaving, you need to report your departure in person at the Delft Registration Office.

From 1 July: no more texting, YouTubing and google-mapping on your bike!

This new piece of legislation is very relevant for most of you. 🚲 Anyone cycling from this Monday 1 July with his or her phone, tablet, navigation system or other device in hand can receive a fine of 95 euros. Handsfree use of your phone remains allowed. With this prohibition, the government wants to ensure safety for all road users. Be careful! #wasteofmoney #safetraffic

 

1, 2, 3 easy steps to exchange without travel

Don’t miss out on the Virtual Exchange courses for the new semester.
Enrich your portfolio, broaden your knowledge and get credits – in 3 easy steps and without the need of an airplane ticket.

Check out the courses now on offer at our world-class partner universities  – apply before 15 August 2019.

What we need from you is curiosity, motivation and a commitment to engage with the course and stay with the program. Why participate?

  • Online, flexible, free
  • Enrich your portfolio
  • Access top expertise
  • Diverse learning experience
  • Gain credits
  • Connect internationally

See what other students say and apply today!

Design competition 2019 Markt Lander

The assignment for the 2019 design competition for first year Mechanical Engineering students has almost reached its end. Based on the Insight Mars lander, eighty first-year student teams have build their own ‘Marktlander’ This year: a marslander who can take a beating. Come and have a look for yourself.

The goal is to build a self-propelling mechanism that can continue its movement after a fall from table height, and then deliver a ‘Golden Box’. Fall resistance is key.

Where and when?

The design competition for first-year Mechanical Engineering students will take place on 19 June 2019.

Daily schedule: Programme (in Dutch, subject to change)
Location: the Markt in Delft

More info: https://www.tudelft.nl/onderwijs/opleidingen/bachelors/wb/bsc-werktuigbouwkunde/ontwerpwedstrijd/2019-marktlander/

XXL opening hours study locations during exam period

During the exam period TU Delft facilitates you with extra opening hours to study at the Aula, Library, Fellowship and Drebbelweg. Pulse is also available with regular opening hours from 08:00AM to 00:00AM, also on the weekends.

Ready, set? Recycle your PET!

Climate change, oceans full of garbage, the loss of natural resources: our planet has many problems. Big issues, but you can start small. You don’t have to be a world saviour to do something for the future. Just start at our campus.

Recycle your pet bottle

In collaboration with Coca Cola, Maas and Cormet, TU Delft will start a pilot for separating and collecting PET bottles on the campus. By doing so, we hope to contribute to the recycling of valuable PET bottles and the reduction of litter.

On 17 June the pilot will start at four locations: the Aula, CEG, Aerospace Engineering and Architecture and the Built Environment. At those four locations, you can throw your PET bottles in the appropriate waste bins. By the end of 2019, we want to collect 40% of the sold PET bottles on campus at the pilot locations.

Maintenance weekend on 15 and 16 June

The ICT maintenance weekend takes place on the 15th and 16th of June. A number of ICT applications and services, such as Brightspace, the MyTUDelft app and Osiris will be unavailable on Saturday and/or Sunday. Please take the maintenance activities into account when planning your work. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by the maintenance work and thank you for your understanding.

If you have any questions about the maintenance weekend, please contact the Service Desk in your building. If you’d like us to keep you informed about all maintenance work and possible disruptions, click here.

The revelation of the symbolic artwork at CEG

While riding or strolling on campus, you might have noticed something strange out of the corner of your eye, something huge and white! This is not just a mysterious white surface, but construction workers are hanging up a symbolic artwork at the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences which will be revealed on 7 June.

The reason for the artwork is the 125th anniversary of study association “Het Gezelschap Practische Studie”. The artwork represents the studies of the faculty. It exists of a large engraving of all the rivers in the world and got the name “Share Knowledge Like Rivers Flow”. This name is chosen to symbolize the connection the faculty has with water at all places on earth.

Want to see the artwork? On June 7 at 12.45 you can see how the white surface changes into a beautiful piece of art. Make sure you be/ride or walk there!

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