Introduction programmes for Master, Exchange and bridging students

The Introduction Programme is designed to help give you the best possible start to your studies in Delft. It is a fun, but intensive programme that introduces you to TU Delft, life in Delft and to the multicultural student life that awaits you.

This year’s Introduction Programme (IP) offers three core elements as a part of a comprehensive programme for students from all around the globe. These elements are:  the IP social platform, the Brightspace course, and the 5 day event on campus. This programme has been painstakingly put together to assure a kick-start to your studies in Delft. Furthermore your faculty and/or programme offers more specific introductions. You will be informed on those element by the faculty.

TU Delft recommends you to participate in all three elements of the Introduction Programme. However, if circumstances prevent you from being on campus during the 5 days of the on Campus Introduction Programme,  we encourage you to utilise the online elements which have been created to help you with the transition to TU Delft.

We are looking forward to meeting you during the Introduction Programme, during online sessions and/or during the On Campus programme.
See you then!

Introduction Programme social app

This is the first part of the Introduction Programme. 

The aim of this app is to provide you the opportunity to connect with your peers online as well as providing you information about Living in Delft, Student life, TU Delft campus, and the programme of the On Campus Introduction Programme itself.

Within the app you will also be kept up to date with news items and events, so make sure to activate your account, when receiving the invitation to join. You will be invited to activate your account in July through email.

Introduction Programme Brightspace course

Starts beginning of August

Brightspace is TU Delft's collaborative learning environment and is used in almost all courses. The Introduction Programme Brightspace Course not only helps you to get familiar with this system, but also helps you get acquainted with the academic skills and study culture at TU Delft. It also contains information on the grading system, student charter, code of conduct, laptop project and on resources students can use while enrolled at TU Delft; e.g. Student IT Desks, the Library, study spaces, student well-being, academic counsellors, psychologists, workshops and much more.

We will announce the opening of the course in the IP social app, and organise an online session on how to log in to our IP Summer 2022 Brightspace course.
More information on the online sessions will be made available at a later date.

On campus Introduction Programme

19, 22, 23, 24 and 25 August 2022

During the On Campus Introduction Programme you will be introduced to the TU Delft campus in person and work together with fellow students. Getting to know each other and making friends is just the beginning

The festival like event consists of individual and team activities, to get to know campus, TU Delft study culture and academic skills that you you will need during your studies. As well as introducing you to the many opportunities Delft has to offer in a vibrant student life.

You will be assigned a team with students from all faculties and from all over the globe. Each team has a coach, a current TU Delft student who can give you all the insides about studying and living in Delft. You can make the most of the social and cultural opportunities and discover what you can do during your studies at TU Delft.

The schedule of the On Campus Introduction Programme will be published soon.

As a new student to TU Delft, you will be invited to participate in the On Campus Introduction Programme by mid-July by email. When signing up for the On Campus IP you can opt for a full 5 day programme, starting on Friday 19 August (recommended) or 4 day programme starting on Monday 22 August.

How can I participate?

If you are new to TU Delft and you have applied for a Master's Exchange or bridging programme, you can expect an invitation from mid-July on how to register for the Introduction Programme.

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Faculty Introductions

Faculty introductions will be organised per faculty and most of them will take place in the last week of August. Most of the faculty introductions are mandatory.

The faculty will inform you about their introduction sessions.