Registration for examinations


Under the current measures, exams are allowed to take place on campus. We urge you all not to come to the campus for an exam if you have a positive test, if you are showing Covid symptoms or if you need to be quarantined.

Make use of resit opportunities
In order to avoid unnecessary study delay due to Covid measures, because you are ill or for other personal reasons, TU Delft offers resit opportunities. This can differ per faculty. If you are unable to take the resit after all, your faculty will look into other possibilities to avoid study delay caused by the Covid measures. If you want to make use of these possibilities, please contact your faculty as soon as possible.

How and when to sign up for an exam in MyTUDelft

How: You have to register for an exam. This can be done in or via MyTUDelft app (previously called Osiris). 

Until when: Make sure you register on time for your exams. If you do not do this, you will not be able to participate. Registration closes six calendar days before the day of the exam in question (see the weekly overview below with the registration deadline). To give you enough time to register for your exam, exam registration will start at the start of each quarter, namely 8 weeks before the exam day.

Exam day

Deadline registration


Monday the week before until 23:59


Tuesday the week before until 23:59


Wednesday the week before until 23:59


Thursday the week before until 23:59


Friday the week before until 23:59

Check examination registration

Once you have registered for an exam you will receive an automatically generated exam ticket on your TU Delft email address.

In MyTUDelft you can check if you are actually registered for the exam. Go to the section 'Registration' and then the tab 'Overview registrations'. Here you will find an overview of all exams you are registered for.


Students who cannot register through or via MyTUDelft app for a specific reason, such as PhDs, can register through BSc MST students have to register through uSis in Leiden and not through MyTUDelft.


Up to 3 days before the exam you can cancel your registration via  

Too late with your exam registration?

If the exam is on campus, you can use the last-minute exam admission procedure.

Last-minute exam admission procedure:

  • On the day of the exam, you should report to the lecturer/invigilator 15 minutes before the start.
  • The lecturer/invigilator will hand out the ‘Last-minute admission procedure and declaration’ form to students on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be asked to complete and sign the form.
  • Thirty minutes after the start of the exam, the number of unused places and examination papers will be counted.
  • Based on the number of places and examination papers available, students will be admitted to the examination room in the order of the number indicated on their form. The signed form must be handed to the invigilator on entry.
  • Missing the first thirty minutes of the examination time cannot be compensated.
  • If there are no unused places in the examination room or there are not enough exam papers available, you will not be allowed into the examination room.

If it is a remote examination, it's not possible to participate in the exam.

Force majeure

Of course you may have a good reason why you couldn't register for an exam in time (forgetting to register for an exam is not a good reason!). A student who wishes to invoke force majeure can request a declaration of force majeure from the examination board of the program.

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