Here you will find all useful information in an overview to get off to a good start with your studies at TU Delft and to enjoy your study time. Where can I find my timetable? How do I get a campus card? Where can I get to know fellow students?
The general division of the current and future academic year can be found here.
Book- & Reader sales
There are several ways to procure books and readers. You can find more information here.
You need a laptop for your studies at TU Delft. Here you can find which laptop is suitable for your education. The specifications are displayed by clicking on "more information" on the right-hand side of your study programme.
The university organizes an annual laptop project, giving you the chance to purchase a laptop. The next project will start in June. More information can be found here.
The Campus Card is your means of identification at TU Delft. You can use this pass, for example, if you want to print. More information about the Campus Card can be found here.
To find your timetable, use MyTimetable (see the middle column). Information about lecture hours and education spaces can be found here.
Student IT Desk
Student IT Desk (SID) offers assistance in solving technical questions like how do I gain access to the internet on campus, what printing facilities are available and how you can use them, what software will I use during my degree programme, but also assist with installing the software. More information...
Online tools will be made available one month before the start of your studies.
In the digital study guide, you can find more information about the content of each subject, the form of teaching, the responsible teacher and the method of testing.
Brightspace is the online learning and collaboration environment at TU Delft. More information about Brightspace can be found here.
MyTimetable is the application where you can find your TU Delft timetable. You can compile this schedule yourself based on the courses you follow, and also import it into your own digital agenda. More information.
MyTUDelft is the study information system of TU Delft. Here you can find your study results and you can register for exams, courses and minors.
In the MyTUDelft app you can see your timetable, test results and study progress, among other things. The app extracts this information from MyTimetable and MyTUDelft. You can find the app in the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. For more information you can look here.
All employees and students of TU Delft have a license to use Microsoft Teams. In order to log on to Teams you have to use your NetID. Staff members who wish to keep in contact, to video chat, text or share files.
Here you can find recorded lectures and presentations.
Check software.tudelft.nl to see which software packages (such as LABVIEW, Maple, Mathcad) you can download for free.
Well-being & relaxation
Well-being and Study
Remote Studying. How to make it work? More information can be found here.
Extra initiative that can be of help: Well-being e-health tool (requires netID login)
Facilities on campus
TU Delft offers various practical facilities (including computer rooms, project rooms, quiet areas, but also coffee corners, sports facilities, etc.). An overview of all these facilities can be found here.
Students at TU Delft can receive various forms of support and guidance, both for your (future) career and during your studies.
- Personal guidance
- Personal growth
- Studying with a disability (Horizon)
- Elite sports and study
- Career centre
TU Delft works closely with SGZ Student Healthcare, which primarily provides medical care to students. You can go there for general practitioner consultations, treatments and tests, psychological care, travel advice and travel vaccinations. You can find more information on the SGZ website.
- Study associations & student associations
- Activities for Students
- Elite sports and study
- Well-being and study
- Uni-Life (platform with events, communities and associations)