- First Semester 2021-2022 - Non-EU Exchange
The TU Delft Executive Board has made the informed decision to cancel all NON-EU student exchange programmes in the first semester of the academic year 2021-2022. More information regarding this decision can be found here.
- First Semester 2021-2022 - EU Exchange
The TU Delft Executive Board has made the informed decision to allow EU student exchange programmes in the first semester of the academic year 2021-2022. More information regarding this decision can be found here. Up-to-date information regarding travel advice can be found on the Dutch government website.
- Internships and research projects
Internships and research projects abroad are not allowed until 1 September 2021. This decision based on the current corona pandemic situation has been reviewed; students can undertake an internship and take part in research projects as of 1 September to countries with the colour code travel advice Green, Yellow and Orange related to Covid-19. Students considering this option should contact their Faculty internship/international office. Current information can be found on TU Delft information page regarding coronavirus. Any new updates on travel advice are issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (in Dutch). This also applies to the risk areas designated by RIVM.
- Impact of Brexit
EU nationals going to the UK
EU nationals need a valid passport to travel to the UK, an identity card will no longer suffice from 1 October 2021. You will need a valid passport to enter the UK after this date.
You will need to check if you need a UK visa, if you are planning to study in the UK from 1 January 2021 as you will not be eligible to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme unless you were living in the UK before 31 December 2020.
You do not need a visa to study in the UK for courses up to 6 months, as long as you are studying at an accredited institution; this includes English language courses.
Before entering the UK, read the information on changes to UK immigration and borders as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19) to make sure you are prepared.
Non-EU nationals going to the UK
Non-EU nationals need a valid passport to travel to the UK. You will need to check if you need a UK visa, if you are planning to study in the UK from 1 January 2021.
Erasmus + Scholarship
For activities, including internships, taking place in the UK during the 1st and 2nd semester of the academic year 2021- 2022, students will be able to apply for an Erasmus+ scholarship.
- Countries approved for exchange
The Member States: Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Croatia, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Sweden.
EEA: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Non-EU Erasmus Programme Countries: Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey.
Are you thinking about going abroad as part of your study programme? Do you want to broaden your horizons? Do you want to experience life in another part of the world or another country? If you have answered ‘Yes’ to any or all of these questions then you can start orientating yourself here regarding funding, insurance, housing and safety for your study abroad. Check out our Funding & Scholarship page to find out which one is applicable for your purpose and destination!