Although the University only received its current name in 1986, it has been providing technical education for over 170 years.
We offer 16 Bachelorís programmes and over 35 Masterís programmes in the fields of science, engineering and design. All our Masterís programmes are taught in English, as well as (at the moment) the Bachelorís programmes Aerospace Engineering and Applied Earth Sciences; our other bachelorís programmes are offered in Dutch.
Research at TU Delft encompasses virtually the entire spectrum of engineering sciences and it is this breadth that forms the basis for TU Delft's strong scientific profile. The research questions we tackle are strongly inspired by important future challenges facing society.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Short Course at Delft University of Technology!
Delft is well known for being a friendly city with a lively student population. It is the city with the largest number of active student societies (studentenvereniging) in the Netherlands. You could also join a study association (studievereniging). Study associations are attached to a particular programme, whereas student societies are open to all.
On the TU Delft campus, you will also find the Unit Sport & Culture. As a student, you will be eligible to buy a sports card at a reduced rate. The card entitles you to unrestricted participation in sports training and courses. The cultural programme comprises a varied range of courses and workshops relating to music, theatre, dance, design, media and technology.
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