Studying at TU Delft - The Hague Campus
The first year of EPA is taught in a distinctive location in the city of The Hague. The Hague is home to many multinationals, government agencies, international consulting companies and non-governmental organizations. In this unique international environment, less than 10 miles from the Delft University Campus, we teach you to become a policy advisor or strategy consultant equipped with more than just engineering skills. The new Campus The Hague offers excellent student facilities including a TU Delft simulation and gaming lab and is open seven days a week.
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New MSc EPA premises in The Hague
Hans de Bruijn about EPA: Delft Master's programme in The Hague
The importance of place
“Despite the increasingly global nature of the world we live in, the importance of place is still critical,” explains De Bruijn. “The location of a university is not trivial. A lot of important international institutions are based in and around The Hague, including the Peace Palace and internationally oriented government planning offices. Operating within the same square kilometre will give EPA a side-door to high-powered politics and law. Add an innovative staff and innovative students to the mix and watch the synergy develop!”
You can see the practical side everywhere you look, which means that we can concentrate on theory as well as practice. There are countless opportunities for new, exciting, teaching formats. Take the real-life cases coming directly from the work floor, supervision from professionals in the field or topical interest lectures. We can also bring simulation and gaming activities with us to The Hague and our brilliant, internationally oriented students can take part in think tanks, or get involved in (or even organise) social debates.
TU Delft in The Hague
Any degree programmes taught in The Hague will still be true Delft programmes. “It will not become a Hague programme. Think of it as Delft meets The Hague: Delft will capitalise on the opportunities offered by The Hague and will give something in return in the shape of its students and staff. It's important that the students on our Hague campus feel connected with TU Delft. We will encourage this by organising activities on campus and appointing supervisors from Delft, for example. After all, most students prefer to graduate from TU Delft.