De meningen ge-uit door medewerkers en studenten van de TU Delft en de commentaren die zijn gegeven reflecteren niet perse de mening(en) van de TU Delft. De TU Delft is dan ook niet verantwoordelijk voor de inhoud van hetgeen op de TU Delft weblogs zichtbaar is. Wel vindt de TU Delft het belangrijk - en ook waarde toevoegend - dat medewerkers en studenten op deze, door de TU Delft gefaciliteerde, omgeving hun mening kunnen geven.

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Join the campus community @tudelftcampuslife

If you’d like to stay informed about what’s going on around the TU Delft campus, like the Facebook page or follow us on Instagram via @tudelftcampuslife. If you have any information that you’d like to share with the TU Delft campus community, you can mail your suggestion to

Let’s get your studies started; new things on campus

Yes, lectures, thousands of bicycles, lots of new students! We thought you might appreciate a summary of all new things on campus.

  • Digital screens next to all doors to immediately see the availability of the lecture room. Outside scheduled lecture hours many of the rooms (leveled rooms in particular) can be used freely for self-study purposes.
  • New Brightspace course widget: keeps you updated on what is happening in the courses you take.
  • TU Delft logo in life-size form! A perfect location for students and visitors to take a photo. Post your selfie #tudelft
  • New student charter
  • Free Try-Outs at X! You can take part in almost one hundred varying activities in the fields of sports, games, arts, crafts, lifestyle and reflection. All activities are free to join.
  • New catering. In Pulse you’ll find two new local heroes; Tapas Y Salsa is offering you Mediterranean and Latin American food and drinks, while Lavka will provide you with  Russian food. In the Fellowship you’ll find Sapori di Casa, with authentic Italian dishes.

Have an amazing study year!

p.s. Please let us know if we forgot to mention something on :-)

Short reminder: for senior students in the final part of their studies

If you complete the final part of your study programme in September make sure you are enrolled for 2019-2020 and that your tuition fee has been paid up and until September.

Visit the website for more information regarding enrolment.

Virtual start your new semester. Apply before 15 August

Why not start the new semester with a course from a world-class university that gives you credits for your study program?

Study virtually at a time and place that suits you, expand your knowledge and portfolio and grow your international connections – all this is just a few clicks away.

Check out the courses on offer for the new semester –  there are a few places left: apply by 15 August!

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!

OSIRIS takes a holiday on 18 July

Due to maintenance on 18 July 2019 from 18.00 till 22.00, the following applications won’t be available:

  • MyTUDelft Student App
  • E-service for Students
  • Digiforms

We apologise for any inconvenience. Do you have any questions? Please contact the Service Desk in your building via

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

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!

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