As an alumnus/alumna, you are very important for TU Delft. You serve as our eyes and ears in society. This is why we like to keep you involved, including through this website. It features the latest news, alumni activities, help with your career, special alumni discounts and networking and training opportunities. If you would like to help us to give the alumni of the future a good start, we would very much like to hear from you!
Karin Sluis, Former Director of engineering and consultancy firm Witteveen+Bos, has been elected TU Delft Alumnus of the Year 2021. Rector Magnificus and Chair of the Executive Board Tim van der Hagen bestowed the award on Sluis virtually during the TU Delft for Life | Xperience Week of 7 to 11 June.
During the year all kinds of events and activities are organized by and for alumni. We hope to welcome you during one of our (online) events.
30 September 2021 20:00 till 22:00
Meet the start-ups tour: NordicsSeries on young alumni entrepreneurs behind exciting new ventures. The interactive evening programme includes brief updates from the universities followed by a short talk by TU Delft and ETH alumnus Chester Houwink about his journey from Tesla and Rocket Internet to co-founding Zurich based 9T Labs – a company pioneering industrial 3D printing of carbon fiber composites that last year raised $4.3 million in seed financing.
Alumni platform "TU Delft for Life"
Tudelftforlife.nl is the worldwide meeting place for all Delft Alumni. Expand your network, get in touch with old fellow students and stay up-to-date with the latest news and events for alumni. Through your own profile page, you can keep your own contact details up-to-date and make direct contact with other alumni. You can also find where alumni live with the integrated world map. Everything together in one place. Over 7000 alumni have already joined TU Delft for Life. Click below for more information and for the link to the site.
Scientific articles for alumni
Quit some alumni want to keep access to the research and articles published in the academic world, however they cannot access through the former student credentials after graduation. In honour of alumni that want to keep reading publications, Alumni Relations made an overview of all the different ways of getting access to literature.
In today’s world, engineers need to stay up to date and be able to respond to new challenges and deal with hard-to-predict future developments. TU Delft provides continuing education to enhance the expertise of lifelong learners throughout their careers, including exclusive benefits for working professionals and alumni.