Come and see for yourself

In order to get to know the department and degree programme properly, it is important to come and see for yourself. We offer a range of information activities that are designed to help you choose the right programme. These are orientational and/or in-depth activities. By paying us a visit you can experience the atmosphere at the department for yourself, and meet students and lecturers.

Open days

The next Open Day will be held on 16 May 2020 and are organised for pupils in years 4, 5 and 6 of pre-university education (vwo) who are closer to making a decision about a degree programme.

When you are interested in finding out whether a degree programme at TU Delft would be the right choice, you can attend one of the three campus tours on Friday afternoon.

Junior TU Delft
Are you in year 5 or 6 of pre-university education and looking for extra challenge? If so, then perhaps Junior TU Delft is something for you! The intensive theme course ‘Fault Correcting Codes’ is designed to give talented mathematics pupils a great opportunity to become acquainted with an unusual subject related to mathematics. Lecturers Emiel van Elderen and Joost de Groot have developed a tough mathematics course that provides a real challenge to pre-university students who are interested in mathematics.

Active Mathematics
If you are in year 5 or 6 of pre-university education and are interested in the double bachelor Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics? Come along to TU Delft for four afternoons in March and/or April for the Wiskunde Actief (Active Mathematics) master classes. In four afternoons, you will become acquainted with a mathematical subject, such as ‘Slides: the top speed of gravity’ or ‘Introduction to cryptography: a public secret language’.

Online Trial Studying
Would you like to study the double bachelor Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics at TU Delft? With online trial studying, you can experience what it is like. The course takes three weeks with about two hours of studying per week. You will attend short online lectures and work on assignments while being supervised online by a student.

If you are in year 5 or 6 of pre-university education, why not get acquainted with the degree programme in real-time? You will spend a day literally shadowing a first-year student. You will attend a lecture, take part in the laboratory course or a project, get to see the faculty, eat in the cafeteria and visit the study association. You can take part in a shadow day from October to May. There are no fixed days when these are organised. Once you register, the student will contact you to plan a Student-in-a-Day event with you.


Pre-University Calculus (self-paced)
Are you considering doing a technology degree programme after leaving school? Why not practise and improve your mathematics B knowledge with the Pre-University Calculus course!

Pre-University Calculus MOOC
This free online course brings your mathematics skills up to scratch again before you start a technology engineering degree programme at the university in September.

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Specific questions

Contact our academic counsellor

Gertjan Broekman

Faculty Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)

Faculty of Applied Sciences (TNW)