Preparations before your exchange period
You are obliged to register your contact details in MyTUDelft if you are going abroad on a study-related trip.
To register yourself for Study Abroad please take the following steps:
You must register and attend the TU Delft Safety training before the start of the exchange. This training will be offered online, and registration instructions will be provided here.
The university offers a collective travel insurance for those going abroad for study purposes. For more information visit this website.
For some countries, a medical examination prior to your visit is obligated. For more information visit this website.
To study abroad can be expensive. Lucky for you TU Delft offers several study grants for which you can apply when going abroad. Find all the information you need on this website.
The common scholarships for IDE students are: Erasmus, STIR and Holland Scholarship.
- TU Delft most used scholarships - More information
- TU Delft special scholarships - More information
- Other sources for scholarships: More information
Online Open Hours – ESA Mobility team
These sessions are for you to ask questions concerning the Erasmus+ scholarship. The open office hour will be held on Mondays and Fridays from 12:30 until 13:30. It is intended for brief questions, for urgent matters please e-mail: email@example.com
The meetings will take place via Microsoft Teams. These are open sessions with many students attending from all faculties, you won’t be placed in a queue. Each student can ask a question or type it and 2 Mobility Team staff members will be there to answer.
To be able to join the meeting please click on the button “Join Meeting” below this webpage.
Students with an EU passport do not need a visa to study in another EU country. See the Nuffic website for information about studying in other countries. If you are selected to study at a partner university in a country for which a visa is required, you should apply for this yourself and in good time. You will receive a letter of invitation and any other necessary papers from the host university for your visa application, and if needed the International Office can issue a Study Abroad declaration. For detailed information about visa and procedures you should contact the embassy or consulate of the guest country, Nuffic, or the website of the partner university. Make sure you begin your application in plenty of time. These procedures often require a good deal of patience, as well as time (and money). Students with a non-EU-passport should contact the International Relations/Visa section via the Front Office of the Central Student Administration.
If you have a OV-student card financed by the government (Dutch students), you can receive a compensation for the months you are abroad. Please mind that you will only receive a compensation for complete months. You will receive this form via Mobility Online in due time.
Please see the instructions on how to fill out this form on Brightspace.
Send the form to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will sign it and send it back to you.