TU Delft is brimming with talent. Talent driven by a passion for technology and the ambition to make a difference in the world. Since 1925, Delft University Fund has supported TU Delft by contributing to research, education, talent development and entrepreneurship. With donations from alumni, students, foundations and companies, we help talented students and scientists to realise their ambitions and make an impact on society.
The team of Delft University Fund works together to reinforce research, education and individual talent development at TU Delft. The board consists of representatives from the top of business, private equity & banking, consultancy and the executive board of TU Delft.
With donations from alumni, employees, private individuals, foundations and companies that support science, we enable talented students and scientists to realise their ambitions and realise social impact.
Ir. S. KosterBoard member
None of the members of the executive board receive an emolument.
Director University Fund and Alumni Relations
Team Delft University Fund
From left to right: Ella Dongstra, Cindy de Visser, Jacqueline Kalkman, Evelyne Esveld, Machteld von Oven, Eelco Akkerboom, Ingrid Janssen en Tineke Hoogeboom (not on the above picture).
Alumni Relations Team
From left to right: Janneke Hermans, Mechteld van Beijeren, Angeline Westbroek, Anouk Dijkstal, Ben van Arkel, Evelyne Esveld, Suzanne Aandewiel en Renske Vugts.
Executive Grant Committee
The Executive Grant Committee (EGC) consists of 10 representatives, designated by their respective faculties at TU Delft. This Committee is responsible for determining how the grants are allocated and makes independent decisions concerning student grant applications.
- Chairman: prof. K. van der Werff
- BK: prof.dr.ir. V.H. Gruis
- TPM: Drs. J.K. Dekker
- AE: ir. J.A. Melkert
- AS: ir. P.L.J. Swinkels and dr. C.W. Hagen
- CEG: dr.ir. M.C.M. Bakker and dr. M.E. Donselaar
- IDE: prof.dr.ir. P. Vink
- EEMCS: prof.dr.ir. A. Smets
- 3mE: prof.dr.ir. B.J. Boersma
Delft University Fund is a foundation with ANBI (organisation serving the public interest)) status. This means that donations made to the Delft University Fund may be deductible from taxable income. Further information can be found (in Dutch) on the website of the Tax and Customs Administration. The official Dutch name of the Delft University Fund is Stichting Universiteitsfonds Delft. It is registered under Chamber of Commerce number 411.45.319 with tax reference number 0027.60.502. For further information about our results and financial accounts, we refer you to our Annual Reports and our half yearly magazine 'Vriendenbericht' (available in Dutch only).
Acceptance of donations
One of the strategic priorities is to realize an increase of the incoming funds via donations (4th money stream funding). The aim of the Protocol acceptance of donations by Delft University of Technology is to treat all donations in a consistent manner, and accept donations in a responsible manner. This protocol applies to all financial donations to TU Delft, both direct donations and indirect donations via Delft University Fund.