Why study abroad through Global E3?
- take engineering courses in an exciting international setting
- study abroad on a tuition swap basis – continue to pay only TU Delft tuition fees
- receive academic credit at TU Delft for academic course work completed abroad
- improve foreign language ability and intercultural skills
- have an unforgettable experiences for a fall semester, spring semester, or full academic year
Where can TU Delft students study abroad with Global E3?
Students can choose from approximately 70 renown institutes worldwide, including 35 in the United States of America. A searchable database of options can be found here
How to apply:
- Discuss your interest with your faculty's exchange office. (Check with your faculty's exchange officer for their deadlines)
- If nominated by your faculty, complete the TU Delft Global E3 Application form and submit all supporting documents to the TU Delft Global E3 programme manager by the internal TU Delft deadline of 1 February 2020 (23:59 CET)
- Students will be notified within 2 weeks of the internal TU Delft deadline if they have been approved by TU Delft. Those students must then submit their applications to Global E3 by 1 March 2020 (23:59 CET) (for fall semester 2020 and academic year 2020-2021)
Global E3 is organized on a tuition swap basis, meaning TU Delft students continue to pay the TU Delft tuition fee while studying abroad through this programme. Other costs such as housing, meals, health insurance, and airfare costs are the responsibility of the students. Host campuses help to identify or arrange inexpensive housing options.
TU Delft Global E3 participants can apply for a University Fund Study Abroad for Free-mover students to offset some of the costs associated with studying abroad.
Numerous TU Delft students have studied abroad through Global E3 since joining this programme in fall of 2013. Find some of their testimonials here or read about their experiences at the TU Delft Global E3 weblog
- Clemson University: Mechanical Engineering, BSc student
- Georgia Institute of Technology: Aerospace Engineering BSc students
- Mississippi State University: Applied Mathematics BSc student
- New York University: Mechanical Engineering BSc student
- University of Arizona: Aerospace Engineering MSc student
- University of Florida: Technology, Policy & Management BSc student
- University of Maryland: Technology, Policy & Management BSc students
- University of Pittsburgh: Applied Physics BSc student