TU Delft is the largest and most all-round university of technology in the Netherlands. The University enjoys a good international reputation. We lead the way in research into technological innovations. Our teaching is always up-to-date, practical and constantly fueled by our research. As exchange student you can follow part one of our 16 Bachelor’s programmes or 35 Master’s programmes in the fields of science, engineering and design. All our Master’s programmes are taught in English. Only the Bachelor’s programmes Aerospace Engineering, Applied Earth Sciences, Computer Sciences & Engineering and Nanobiology are also fully taught in English.

Status of exchange students

Exchange students are enrolled as full-time non-degree students either for one or two semesters as agreed in the bilateral exchange agreement with the home university.

Students who have been admitted for one semester and would like to extend their stay for the subsequent semester should arrange the approval of both the home institution and host exchange coordinator. The maximum duration of an exchange period at TU Delft is one academic year (12 months).
It is not permitted to come to TU Delft on exchange more than once.

Exchange students may only sit exams while their enrolment status is active at TU Delft.
It is obligatory that they remain registered as regular students at their home university.
Any exchange student wishing to continue their studies after the exchange period of 12 months must apply as a regular student at TU Delft and pay the required tuition fee.

For more information please contact the faculty exchange coordinators.

Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport with a run time from 2014 to 2020. It aims to modernise education, training and youth work across Europe and offers exciting opportunities for TU Delft students and staff to study, work, teach and train abroad. Check out our database of partner universities. For an overview of all E+ actions, see the EACEA webpage.

For more information please contact the faculty exchange coordinators.

Non-Erasmus+ exchange students are students from a university that has a bilateral agreement with TU Delft (check database of partner universities). Exchange students are 'non-degree' students, which means that you do not receive an academic degree or a diploma. The study period at TU Delft is part of the study Bachelor or Master programme at your home university; credits gained at TU Delft are transferable.

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