Academic Counsellors CEG
Welcome to the website of the Academic Counsellors of Civil Engineering and Geosciences.
You can contact the study advisors Monday through Friday, partly at the faculty and partly online. Below you can find out how to reach them.
Email, on-campus meetings and online meetings
Through email (studyadvisors-CEG@tudelft.nl) and via (online) meetings we are available to discuss personal circumstances, coaching questions and all kinds of practical questions around study planning, minor, RPF, requests to the Board of Examiners etc.
You can plan the (online) meeting via the agenda. Select date and time and book an appointment, you can see the availability of the study advisors for the upcoming three weeks.
We can be found on the second floor (CEG building), rooms 2.77, 2.77.1 and 2.79.
On-campus walk-in consultation hour
The on-campus walk-in consultation hour starts on 27 September. Every working day from 12:30-13:30 one or two study advisors are available for short questions (5-10 minutes). You don’t have to make an appointment for the walk-in hour.
News! There is a phone consultation hour every Thursday from 08.00-08.45 via Zoom (Zoom link).
How does the online open consultation hour work?
You can come to our online open consultation hour by clicking on the Zoom link (Zoom link). On entering the virtual office, you will be placed in the waiting room. The session is 1-on-1, so sometimes you may have to wait for a little while. As soon as it is your turn, the study advisor will admit you to the session.
* It is always possible to contact us in a different way than Zoom, if preferred.
Online open consultation hours Board of Examiners
At every TU Delft faculty work one or more Academic Counsellors. An Academic Counsellor provides information and advice about the study programme. In addition, an Academic Counsellor can provide information about the study, advice, guidance and mediation tailored to your personal situation. You can contact the Academic Counsellors with personal and study related questions or issues that might have impact on your academic success.