Introduction programmes for Master’s, Exchange and bridging students

February 2024

7, 8 and 9 February

The Introduction Programme is designed to help give you a good start to your studies in Delft. The Introduction Programme introduces you to the university, to life in Delft, and to the multicultural student life that awaits you. It is also a good opportunity to get to know your fellow students and make new friends. We will introduce you to the TU Delft study culture and give you a tour on TU Delft Campus.

In addition to the IP, we would like to invite you to find out more about the student and study associations active at TU Delft and sign up for the Uni-Life app, which will keep you up to date with all the activities around campus.

TU Delft recommends you to participate in the Introduction Programme. However, if circumstances prevent you from being on campus during the 3 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 currently working to create the Introduction Programme for spring 2024. More information about the online elements such as Q&A sessions and a Brightspace course will follow soon.

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

 

How can I participate?

If you applied for a Master, Exchange or bridging programme, and are starting your studies in February 2024, you will receive an e-mail invitation with instructions on how to register for the On Campus Introduction Programme Spring 2024. (You do not have to register for the online Q&A sessions nor for the Brightspace course.)

If you have any questions about the IP Spring 2024, please send an e-mail to contactcentre-ESA@tudelft.nl. Please include your student number and the subject line ‚ÄėIntroduction Programme‚Äô.

Follow the Introduction Programme on

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YouTube

Faculty Introductions

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

The faculty will inform you about their introduction sessions.