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Don’t 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 through Studielink as it will not be done automatically. Tuition fees need to be paid up to and including the last month of your enrolment. If you submit your request after 31 May you still have to pay tuition fee over July and August. Enrolment termination with retroactive effect is not possible.

What will you need?

Do you want to tell TU Delft what you like and don’t like about the current system? And how you would like to transition from online education to hybrid education? 

We want your help to equip the people in charge of our education for a post-pandemic world!

Join the discussion with @best_delft on April 22nd, 18:30.

Find the link to register in their bio!

Don’t 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 through Studielink as it will not be done automatically. Tuition fees need to be paid up to and including the last month of your enrolment. Enrolment termination with retroactive effect is not possible.

Onbeperkt Studeren week – 15 t/m 19 maart 2021

Meer dan 2000 studenten aan de TU zijn gediagnosticeerd met een functiebeperking, van dyslexie tot spierziektes. Er zijn nog veel meer studenten die ergens mee worstelen waardoor ze niet op de standaard manier hun studie kunnen doorlopen, of ze nou gediagnosticeerd zijn of niet.

Student Onbeperkt organiseert van 15 t/m 19 maart de Onbeperkt Studeren week om aandacht te geven aan anders studeren. Wat zijn de ontwikkelingen binnen de TU op het gebied van begeleiding? Wat is de landelijk wetgeving? Wat kan je zelf doen? Sluit je aan bij een van de lunchlezingen van 12:45 tot 13:30!

Benieuwd? Vul het interesse formulier in!

Programma

  • Maandag 15e: Presentatie nieuw beleid op Studeren met een Functiebeperking
    Stephanie Meulemans (TU Delft) geeft een presentatie over het beleidsplan rondom studeren met een functiebeperking om studenten te informeren wat de toekomst biedt.
  • Dinsdag 16e: Getting things done: The art of stress-free productivity
    Studeren brengt een hoop stress met zich mee. De Getting Things Done methode is een manier van plannen die helpt om overzicht te houden, stress te verminderen en het maximale uit jezelf te halen.
  • Woensdag 17e: Waar vind ik informatie? Rechten en transitie naar de arbeidsmarkt
    Waar kan ik terecht voor tips en informatie? En hoe gaat de transitie naar de arbeidsmarkt na mijn studentenleven? Landelijk expertisecentrum ECIO geeft antwoord op deze vragen en meer.
  • Woensdag 17e 12:00-13:00, Designsessie met docenten, simpele stappen voor inclusief studeren
    In deze designsessie gaat Student Onbeperkt om de tafel met docenten om samen naar kleine oplossingen te zoeken het leven voor studenten en docenten makkelijker maken.
  • Donderdag 18e: Unieke functiebeperkingen en aanvragen unieke voorzieningen
    Studenten die worstelen met een functiebeperking die niet vaak voorkomt, vallen vaak buiten de boot. Donderdag hebben we een bijeenkomst voor deze studenten, om ervaringen te delen en advies te vragen.
  • Vrijdag 19e: Ontdek je flow
    Hoe breng je jezelf in een productieve flow? Wat kan je zelf doen en waar vind je ondersteuning? Wouter Jansen van de Flowley podcasts geeft samen met studentenpsycholoog Jan van Beek handvaten om jezelf te ontwikkelen.

Belangrijke links
Website:
https://www.tudelft.nl/studenten/begeleiding/studeren-met-een-functiebeperking/informatie/student-onbeperkt/
Facebook pagina:
https://www.facebook.com/StudentOnbeperkt
Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/studentonbeperkt_delft/ @studentonbeperkt

Let’s Talk about Elite Sports & COVID-19

In the current academic year, TU Delft has 80 students with elite athlete status. In addition to up-and-coming talents, they include Dutch, European and world champions and Olympic athletes. Two of these top athletes are motocross driver Stephanie Stoutjesdijk and rower Ralf Rienks. For the platform Let’s Talk about X from X TU Delft, they gave an insight into life as a student and top athlete in times of this pandemic in a special podcast.

Stephanie is a motocross driver and combines racing at World Championships with a master studies in Clinical Technology. Ralf Rienks is a rower for the Dutch Rowing Team and does his master in Biomechanical Technology. How do they combine study with sports? What are their goals? And how do they experience this challenging period and its struggles?

In this podcast Stephanie and Ralf tell you all about combining study, sports and the corona pandemic. How do they deal with all the uncertainties it brings and how do they keep disciplined in study and sport? The magic word: routine! Sport provides Stephanie and Ralf with a daily, weekly and monthly structure. By having a goal in mind and not throwing in the towel when it gets a bit hard, they keep their heads clear and bodies strong. This and many other tips about nutrition and lifestyle are being discussed in this podcast. Useful insights that can also be used in your day-to-day life!

Let’s Talk About ‘X’ – podcast
Let’s talk about ‘X’ is a platform that provides an (online) “meeting space” twice a month. Each edition focuses on a different theme, such as art, culture, technology, politics, society, music, science, and psychology. Often, a guest speaker will join the conversation. Now that it is not possible to meet each other live, we have moved Let’s Talk About ‘X’ to Spotify. Don’t forget to follow our What’s Your X? podcast so you won’t miss an episode!

Contact
Do you want to keep up with all the ins and outs of Let’s talk about ‘X’? Join the Facebook-community or follow X on Instagram. If there is something you would like to discuss during one of the next editions, or if you have a question about Let’s talk about ‘X’, get in touch via hosts-x@tudelft.nl

Last week to take the National Student Survey 2021

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De laatste week van de Nationale Student Enquête 2021 gaat vandaag in. Heb jij al laten weten wat je van jouw opleiding vindt?

Door de enquête in te vullen help je de TU Delft inzicht te krijgen in de kwaliteit van het onderwijs. Ook wordt jouw mening samen met die van ruim 270.000 andere studenten gebruikt voor landelijke studiekeuze voorlichting.

Vul je de NSE in, dan maak je kans op mooie prijzen! Waar wacht je nog op? Ga naar je mail, vul de enquête in en laat je stem horen!

Kun je de oproep niet terugvinden in je studentmail? Hier vraag je hem opnieuw op.

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The last week of the National Student Survey 2021 starts today. Did you already let us know what you think about your course programme?

By completing the survey you will help TU Delft gain insight into the quality of our education. Your input, together with that of over 270,000 other students, will also be used to inform prospective students on their future study choice.

Filling in the NSE, also means you are eligible to win great prizes! So what are you waiting for? Check your e-mail, fill in the survey and let your voice be heard!

Lost your link to the survey? You can request a new one here.

Walk & Talk

Does lockdown have you missing social contact? Are you new in Delft and would you like to meet people? Would you like to make some new friends? Or do you just miss the old-fashioned comradery?

Then the Walk & Talk is something for you! Enjoy a cup of coffee or a nice cup of thee on behalf of the VSSD and meet some new people!

You only have to let us know your name and e-mail address, and we will set you up! Register here.

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Mis je nu vanwege de lockdown het sociale contact? Ben je nieuw in Delft en wil je mensen ontmoeten? Zou je graag nieuwe vrienden willen maken? Of heb je gewoon zin in ouderwetse gezelligheid?

Dan is de Walk & Talk iets voor jou! Ga nu op kosten van de VSSD een bakje koffie drinken of een lekker kopje thee met iemand drinken en leer nieuwe mensen kennen!

Je hoeft alleen je naam en e-mailadres in te vullen, en dan koppelen we je aan iemand! Meld je hier aan.

Delft Student Well-being Symposium (this Friday!)

Coming Friday (19 February) the Delft Student Well-being Symposium takes place. Our mayor Marja van Bijsterveldt opens the evening. Afterwards, Olympic ice skater Mark Tuitert will share his story with his personal setbacks during his career with us. Lastly, two student psychologists from We Care For Students will speak interactively about finding motivating and dealing with setbacks, two relevant topics during this Corona period. You can watch the symposium online via https://www.twitch.tv/verenigingsraad.  Save the date!


Zit jij wel lekker in je vel? Of heb je tegenwoordig ook steeds vaker te maken met dat herkenbare “corona dipje”? Dat is niet gek wanneer je broeiende studententijd verandert in een periode die veel aanpassing en geduld vraagt. Om deze reden vindt aankomende vrijdag 19 februari het plaats. Na een opening van onze burgermeester Marja van Bijsterveldt, zullen Olympisch schaatser Mark Tuitert en student psychologen van We Care For Students op een luchtige en interactieve manier vertellen over omgaan met tegenslagen en het vinden van motivatie, wat natuurlijk een groot en belangrijk onderwerp is in deze huidige corona tijd! Het symposium zal plaatsvinden in de vorm van een livestream en is te volgen via de volgende link: https://www.twitch.tv/verenigingsraad. Kijk jij mee?

Prevent theft of your laptop

Every stolen computer is one too many. Not only is it a financial blow, but you often lose important data as well. So take good care of your laptop and never leave it unattended.

Public grounds
The campus is public ground; the faculties and educational buildings are accessible to everyone. Although this is limited during the current lockdown, the risk of theft remains. TU Delft takes its responsibility to make it more difficult and prevent incidents of theft on campus. You can help by taking the following measures to reduce the risk:

  • Lock an area, even if you will only be gone for 2 minutes
  • Do not leave valuable (personal) items in sight
  • Attach a lock to the laptop.
  • Speak to unknown visitors in the corridors around the offices to ask if you can help them or with whom they might have an appointment.

What should you do in case of theft or loss?
Report the theft of TU Delft property directly to the Service point. The staff member at the location concerned will report the theft to the police (digitally or at the police station). A copy of the report must then be handed over to the Service point and the reporter. Theft or loss of personal property, such as your private laptop, must be reported directly to the Service point. However, you must report it to the police yourself.

Be alert to safe working at home
Even now that we work more from home, it is important not to leave your laptop unattended. Especially if you share a household with others, such as in student housing, when you work somewhere else for the day or when you take it with you in the car. But it is also important to be careful with the personal data on your computer or laptop. Check the Working from home instructions on the website about how to do this safely.

Curfew extended until 2 March

Following the extension of the lockdown measures announced on 2 February 2021, the night-time curfew will also be extended until 2 March 2021.

This means that everyone must stay indoors between 21.00 and 04.30. During curfew hours, you are not allowed to go outdoors without a valid reason.

On Tuesday 23 February, the government will decide whether to modify the current lockdown measures, including the curfew. Read more about the curfew on the website of the Government of the Netherlands.

Keep an eye on the corona webpage for students for extensive updates on corona guidelines at TU Delft.

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