Introduction period

If you are a new student at TU Delft for the coming academic year, TU Delft strongly advises you to participate in the introduction programmes to get to know more about the university, the city of Delft, and student life. 

Due to the restrictions on organized events in The Netherlands, the introduction period will continue to differ from the standard programmes outlined in this section. These pages will be updated as more information becomes available.

For Bachelor students

As a result of the current measures for COVID-19, The introduction programme and faculty introductions will differ from the way we normally welcome you at TU Delft. Nevertheless we are working on giving you a warm welcome.
The introduction programme for Bachelor students is called OWee (OntvangstWeek, Dutch for introduction week) and the faculty introductions are called EJW's (EerstJaarsWeekend, Dutch for First Years Weekends)

Read more about the OWee and the EJW of your Bachelor degree programme here.


For Master, Exchange and Bridging students

As a result of the current measures for COVID-19, the Introduction Programme and faculty introductions will differ from the way we normally welcome you at TU Delft. Nevertheless we are working on giving you a warm welcome. The Introduction Programme will be mainly online, which makes it accessible for all new Master, Exchange and Bridging students.

Read more about the introduction programme for Master, Exchange and Bridging students.


International students

As an international student you will need to arrange some formal and/or practical matters, known as Registration.

You will have the opportunity to arrange most of these matters quickly, and mostly online, before you start your studies. You will receive more information before August.