As a result of the measures taken around Corona, no on-campus tours are offered and only the online campus tours will continue.
Whether you're just starting to inform yourself about your future study, or you've already made a choice and want to check for a final time if your feeling is right; campus tours are the easiest way to experience the TU Delft campus.
There are two ways to participate in the campus tours, on Campus, where we naturally comply with the current guidelines, and online.
Whichever tour you choose; You will learn more about life at TU Delft and our campus. What is it like to take an exam? What does a study association do? What is an ECTS? You will hear it all during the campus tour.
The campus tour is also a good way to get more basic information about some of the courses in a short time. If you want in-depth information about a specific study program, we recommend that you participate in the online open days or start a chat with one of our students.
The physical campus tours start every Friday at 3 p.m. and last approximately 2 hours. Most tours are in Dutch, but we will frequently put on an English spoken tour, that focusses on the BSc programmes that are being taught in English.
We take you all over campus. The campus is less vibrant than usual at this time because the students partly follow online education, and not all buildings will be accessible for the tour, but it does give you an idea of where you might be studying in the future. Unfortunately, we cannot currently welcome parents or supervisors on the physical campus tours. The tours are also not yet suitable for disabled people.
If you prefer to participate in a campus tour from behind your computer, that is also possible.
Every Tuesday at 4 p.m. our guides will take you along various faculties and other important places, using our virtual campus. It goes without saying that you can also ask questions to the guides during these tours.