Career Services for Alumni

Alumni Service

Up to five years after graduating, alumni can turn to the TU Delft Career Centre for 1-on-1 careers consultation.

In the first year after graduation, alumni are welcome to all services that are also open to students for free. Between two and five years after graduation there are specific alumni services available for a small fee.

Are you in doubt whether your current job is right for you, or you are unsure what to search for next, or would you just want to consult with an independent advisor about your possibilities and how to best present yourself (on paper)? Then feel free to make an appointment.

Consultations last one hour and take place at the TU Delft Career Centre. We can offer consultations via Skype if you are abroad for an extended period. For an appointment, please send an email to, in which you state that you are an alum, and what you wish to discuss. If payment is due this can be made by switch card at the beginning of the consultation. It is possible to come in after working hours.

We ask you to cancel the appointment no later than 48 hours beforehand. Should you fail to do so we have to charge a cancellation fee.

It is also possible to participate in our career workshops, provided there is room. The cost is € 20 per workshop if your graduation was over a year ago.

Consultation Fees:


  • 1-2 yrs. graduated € 20
  • 2-3 yrs. graduated € 30
  • 3-4 yrs. graduated € 40
  • 5 years graduated € 50




Coming into contact with the TU Delft Career Centre as an employer

The TU Delft Career Centre also offers services to companies that would like to come into contact with current TU Delft students and PhD students. Are you or your employer interested in advertising a vacancy, providing a lecture or lunchtime lecture about your company, or are you interested in taking part in our large, informal annual event, where meetings between students and alumni play a key role? Then take a look at our website,, under ‘companies’, or request an overview of our services from 

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