Are you interested in the bachelor’s degree programme at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft? Find out whether you and the programme match by taking our online course: Mini-MOOC Bachelor Aerospace Engineering.  

About the mini-MOOC

The mini-MOOC is based on material taught to first year bachelor's students at the faculty. The course is designed to give you an impression of the course material and give you an idea of what it is like to study Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft, which will help you decide whether this programme suits you or not. We’ve selected a few topics from the first year courses Introduction to Aerospace Engineering I and II (Structures & Materials and Spaceflight), Calculus and Statics.  

The mini-MOOC takes around three hours to complete and is designed to be completed in a single sitting. 


You can ask questions about the mini-MOOC and give feedback year round to or by placing a message in the discussion board on the mini-MOOC platform.  


The mini-MOOC is there to help you choose the right study programme. Any prospective student is welcome to participate without any obligation to actually enrol in the BSc Aerospace Engineering. Participating in the mini-MOOC is free of charge.  


For prospective students who want to enrol in our bachelor programme, participation in the mini-MOOC is a compulsory part of our selection procedure. If you will be taking the mini-MOOC as one of the steps towards admission, you must register for the mini-MOOC using the same email address you used (or plan to use) for the official enrolment via Studielink. Make sure to follow the additional instructions listed below under 'Registration'. Please pay attention to also provide your student number, and to not login via the NetID option. The deadline for having completed the mini-MOOC is 31 January (for more information about the selection procedure see this webpage.)


The mini-MOOC is hosted on the TU Delft Online Courses platform. Please carefully follow the steps below for a successful registration:

  1. Create an account using the instructions from the access manual.
  2. Confirm your account by clicking on the link in the e-mail sent to you by the Online Courses platform (check spam folder if needed).
  3. Fill in the registration form to request acess to the mini-MOOC course.
  4. Once a weekday, new registrations are added to the platform.