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Jamming on campus?

As you probably have noticed, traffic lights have been installed at two places on our campus. The lights at the Jaffalaan / Rotterdamseweg intersection will be permanent, while the Jaffalaan / Mekelweg intersection is a pilot scheme which will run for three months.

Why? The huge number of cyclists during the morning rush hour makes traffic for everybody quite a challenge.  The idea is to regulate these traffic flows so that cyclists can reach the TU Delft Campus safely and car drivers can get in and out of their neighbourhood easily. We will be seeing whether the traffic lights provide a suitable solution to the problem.

Word dit jaar study buddy!

Wil je een medestudent helpen? En tegelijkertijd je coachingsvaardigheden (verder) ontwikkelen?

Kom dan naar de informatiebijeenkomst voor nieuwe study buddies op woensdag 25 september tijdens de lunchpauze om 12.45.

Locatie: Oranjezaal TU Library
Meer informatie: http://tudelft.nl/studybuddy

New printers on campus

After an extensive tendering process, Xerox emerged as the new supplier for TU Delft. All Ricoh printers are replaced by similar Xerox printers. The way we print does not change.

Good to know:

  • If you want to print from your own computer, you will need to install the printer yourself. Manuals can be found at the website.
  • You can also use the online Xerox portal for printing. Check webprint.tudelft.nl.
  • You can upload print credits for Xerox via webprint.tudelft.nl.
  • Credit for Ricoh printers can’t be used on the new Xerox printers, so you have to upload new credit on you campus card for now. Later on, your remaining credit for Ricoh printers will be automatically transferred to Xerox; this is expected to happen in September.

Questions?
All available information can be found at http://webprint.tudelft.nl. If you still have a problem with the new printers, please let us know right away at the Service Desk. We will then respond as soon as possible.

Unchain your inner super hero, join the opening academic year 2018-2019

 

When: Monday 3 September, 15.45 – 17.30

Where: Auditorium, Aula Conference Centre

More information: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/opening-academic-year-2018-2019/

Education building Pulse open; have a look!

Daily opening hours are 8:00 – 24:00, also in the weekends. Want to have a look in Pulse? Come and see for yourself or you can have a digital tour via https://nmc360.tudelft.nl/vt_pulse/ Education rooms in Pulse are open for self study outside scheduled courses.

The building houses 13 modern and flexible teaching rooms that are suitable for activating forms of education, (group) study workplaces and a food court. The rooms and facilities can be found on educationrooms.tudelft.nl. (‘zalenboek’) Pulse also houses a service desk and student IT desk.

Exchange without travel? Don’t miss out  

Don’t miss out on the Virtual Exchange courses for the new semester. These are offered by world-class universities that you can attend online – no need of an airplane ticket!

Not only do you get the opportunity to enrich your portfolio and broaden your knowledge, you can also gain credits toward your study programme. And you can do all this at a time and pace that suit you.

Find out what is on offer and register before 27 August.

It only takes 3 steps! Enrollment in these courses is easy.

What we need from you is curiosity, motivation and a clear commitment to engage with the course and stay with the programme.

Take the steps – apply at Virtual Exchange.

Keep our campus safe and orderly

Welcome (back) to campus! Hopefully you have enjoyed the holidays and are now full of energy for a new year of academic challenges!

Please make sure that when go to your classes, lectures or projects, you park your bike in one the bike stands. Bikes outside the stands will be removed.

So keep that in mind when parking your bicycle and help to keep the campus safe and orderly!

Remember to deregister when you graduate

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Finished with your (re-sit) 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.

If you terminate your enrolment as of 1 July or 1 August you will not be entitled to a refund. For more information, click here.

New grilled-sandwich cafe opening on campus!

A thick layer of melted cheese, a spicy sauce or a sweet tang: grilled-sandwiches can have it all! Breakfast and lunch cafe Toastable has understood this perfectly, as their grilled sandwiches are not your regular ‘ham and cheese’, but ‘world famous triple layered toasted sandwiches’. The new location will open on campus mid-August.

You might already know Toastable from its branches in The Hague and Amsterdam. The menu is endless! How about a breakfast sandwich with egg, pickle, bacon and cheese? Or a toasted sandwich with spinach, hummus and sundried tomatos? Delish!

You can go to Toastable for a breakfast if you’re less tosti-fan, because they also serves yogurts, cakes and croissants.

The new store will open on Monday 13 August, in the
TU Aula, next to the existing restaurant Cormet.

New virtual exchange opportunities for next academic year

Make knowledge travel!

Applications are now open for Virtual Exchange courses for the new semester. These are offered by world-class universities that you can attend online – no need of an airplane ticket!

Not only do you get the opportunity to enrich your portfolio and broaden your knowledge, you can also gain credits toward your study programme. And you can do all this at a time and pace that suit you.

Find out what is on offer and register before the end of the  summer break!
 Deadline for all courses is 27 August.

It only takes 3 steps! Enrollment in these courses is easy.

What we need from you is curiosity, motivation and a clear commitment to engage with the course and stay with the programme.
We like you to take full advantage of the benefits, whilst we aim to maintain high-standards of participation and completion.
* Online, flexible, free

Study at the time and place that suit you – more freedom, for free
* Enrich and broaden your portfolio

Choose electives from courses from leading universities in a diverse range of topics
* Access to expertise

World-class academic staff – enthusiastic, knowledgeable lecturers the other side of the screen
* Diverse learning experience

User-friendly courses,varied activities, multiple format content and flexible choices to optimise learning, and exclusive access to enriched content
* Connect

Be part of a global, culturally rich student community,make connections and grow your international circle

Take the steps – apply at Virtual Exchange.

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