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  • Locations: Delft, Netherlands
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Program Sponsor: Global E3 
  • Dates / Deadlines
Fact Sheet:
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Language of instruction: English Area of study: Engineering
Program type: Exchange
Program Description:



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This program is currently only available to Engineering and Computer Science majors. If you are interested in this program please contact Rohan Palma or a CEA adviser.

Please click  to start your application. After applying, continue the application process here

Delft University of Technology

(TU Delft)
Delft, The Netherlands

University Info

TU Delft website

For further insight into life at TU Delft, please visit our Facebook page.

Schools of Engineering

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Faculty of Architecture
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering
Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management

Office Responsible for International Exchange Students

Central International Office
Faculty Exchange Offices

TU Delft Global E3 Contact: GlobalE3@tudelft.nl

Languages

English and Dutch. All masters level courses are offered in English, and over 250 bachelors level courses are offered in English. For an overview of the 2015-2016 bachelors courses in English (separated by faculty per tab), please see this list.

Introduction

Delft University of Technology is a modern university of science and technology with a rich tradition. Ranked among the top universities of technology in the world (#16, QS 2014) TU Delft’s excellent research and education standards are backed by outstanding facilities, research institutes and research schools. TU Delft maintains close links with (inter)national industry, a strategic alliance contributing to the relevance of its academic programmes and career prospects for its students.

TU Delft is leading the way in research into technological innovations, contributing to scientific advancement in the interests of society, with research emphases in energy, environment, health and infrastructure.


Educational Programmes & a Fascination for Technology
The bachelor, master, postgraduate and PhD programmes at TU Delft all encourage and demand critical thought and creativity. These key words capture the essence of our academic environment include: problem-oriented, creative, innovative, learning by doing, and teamwork. If you long to find creative solutions to everyday problems, then TU Delft is the place for you. TU Delft will inspire you to find technological solutions, even to the less obvious problems, whether these involve energy-saving transport, sustainable building methods or better designed products. Developing products and technology that people love to use to enhance human and social progress: that is what it’s all about.

 

TU Delft Campus

TU Delft is located in the university district (TU-wijk) of the historic city of Delft in the Netherlands. Beyond the medieval church towers, there are many impressive university buildings, laboratories, classrooms and offices. They are built in the newly opened Mekelpark, which constitutes a truly green car-free heart of the campus where you can study in pleasant surroundings, take a leisurely stroll and meet your friends. Most of the streets around the campus heart are named after scholars who laid the foundation of the university’s success. The university’s philosophy, facilities and pleasant environment all contribute to its excellent academic atmosphere.

 

International Environment

We are committed to the international exchange of knowledge. TU Delft works closely with international companies and universities. You will meet countless international students and staff here at the university. At present, approximately 14% of the student population is made up of foreign students; the average percentage in the MSc programmes is as high as 30%. The student body includes over 100 nationalities. Your programme will give you ample opportunity to broaden your international horizons while studying at one of the world’s leading research universities.

Disciplines Available

TU Delft offers the following areas of study at the bachelors level (with hyperlinks provided to the programmes’ pages). In addition to information provided below per programme, for an overview of the 2015-2016 bachelors courses in English (separated by faculty per tab), please see this list.

COURSE REGISTRATION & ACADEMIC INFORMATION

Semester Dates

Our academic cycle begins with a 2 week Introduction Programme for international students from mid-August till the beginning of September. It is advised that fall exchange students participate in this programme. The academic year begins on the 1st Monday in September and this first semester runs until the end of January (with a 1 week break over the holidays). The second semester begins in the first week of February, again with an introduction programme (of 1 week) for international students. Courses begin in the 2nd week of February. The spring semester ends at the end of June/beginning of July.

  • Fall: Mid-August (for the Introduction Programme); Start of September – end of January
  • Spring: Start of February (for the Introduction Programme); Start of February – beginning of July

Academic Calendar 

Course Contents

The file below lists the TU Delft BSc courses offered in English and available to incoming exchange students, separated by faculty per worksheet. Additionally, all MSc courses are offered in English.

Course details can be found through the Digital Study Guide

ACCOMMODATIONS

Housing is arranged through TU Delft and the partner organization DUWO. Some housing is available on campus, but most housing is in the area directly surrounding the campus and within the town center (within 3 kilometers of the campus center).

PRE-ARRIVAL

Entry Visa

Nationals from the European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Organisation (EFTA) countries and nationals from the USA., Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan and South Korea do not require a visa to enter the Netherlands. If you have a different nationality and you want to stay more than three months, you need a special visa called an ‘MVV’. TU Delft helps students with their visa application with the help of a fast-track student procedure. When you are admitted to TU Delft, the International Office will inform you about the visa procedure.

All students (EU and non-EU) staying longer than four months in the country need to register as a resident at the local municipality. The International Office will make an application on your behalf on the day of your registration.

Health Insurance & Immunizations

  • In principle everyone who lives in the Netherlands must have health insurance. There are differences in the way these rules apply depending on the person’s country of origin (EU or non-EU).
  • For EU students, if your health insurance in your home country in the EU also covers you abroad, you can apply for a European Health Insurance Card with your insurance company before your trip to the Netherlands. For students who are not from EU countries, all students from non-EU countries are obliged to take out a Dutch student health insurance. Health insurance in the Netherlands for international students is typically 40 euros per month.
  • No specific immunizations are required, however all non-European students (except nationals from the US, Canada, Japan, Australia and Surinam) need to undergo a tuberculosis test to obtain or extend their residence permit for the Netherlands.

CONTACT
Name: Rohan Palma
Position: Undergraduate Global Initiative Coordinator
Email:  rohan.palma@rochester.edu
Telephone: 585-275-2354

Name: Carla Gottschalk
Position: Exchange Coordinator
Email: carla.gottschalk@rochester.edu
Telephone: 585-451-8611


This program is currently only available to Engineering and Computer Science majors. If you are interested in this program please contact Rohan Palma or a CEA adviser.

Please click  to start your application. After applying, continue the application process here

Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2019 10/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline. Application deadlines can change. It is your responsibility to confirm the application deadline with the program sponsor or overseas university to which you are applying.