Latest update: 24 March 2022

TU Delft is shocked and deeply saddened by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We condemn this act of violence against freedom and democracy and sympathise with everyone affected by this. We are supporting our students and staff from the region and welcome any aid initiatives launched from within our community. 

To keep up to date on all current statements of The Universities of The Netherlands visit their website.

TU Delft is tirelessly working on providing support to all those currently affected, regardless of their origin or nationality. We will offer as much information as possible and answers to some frequently asked questions on this page. 
If you cannot find the information you need, please contact your academic counsellor

Due to the current situation in Ukraine, we offer students who fled country the opportunity to apply for admission to our regular BSc and MSc programmes until 1 July 2022. No exceptions can be made with regard to admission requirements for refugees from Ukraine compared to other students. This also includes the language requirement for Dutch taught programmes. In case you have any questions please contact the contact centre.

The courses start in September. Unfortunately, we cannot arrange housing for refugees who are taking courses. For more information on housing for international students have a look at this website.

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