MDP Meet & Greet
07 December 2017
Looking for project companions for the Multidisciplinary project? Join the speed mate sessions!
The International Office organises a meet & greet on the 13th of December in PSOR. The session will start at 18:00. The goal of this evening is to bring people in touch with each other for creating groups within the Multidisciplinary Project.
If you are interested, sign up here (mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Internship Information Meeting
08 April 2016
Are you planning on doing an internship, or are you curious what an internship is all about? Are you looking for some inspiration for your internship? Come to the Internship Information Meeting, Tuesday 10th of May 13:45 - 15:45 in lecture hall F.
There will be general information, student experiences and the best internships from previous year recieve an award!
More information on Blackboard CIE 4040-09.
Third year committee update: Interfacultary electives
24 February 2016
The faculty of TPM offers interfacultary courses for all TU Delft students to improve your academic skills or to learn or advance a foreign language. As a MSc-student, you can choose these courses as free electives, provided that they’re on MSc-level and to a maximum of 6 ECTS credits. BSc-students can follow these courses in addition to their BSc-program at the faculty of Civil Engineering.
Search for course-codes starting with WM in the studyguide (www.studyguide.tudelft.nl) for an overview of all courses and for more information about these courses.
Speed Mate Session
24 February 2016
Looking for Multidisciplinary Project group members, or looking for a group you can join? Do you want some additional information about the Multidisciplinary Project? Next Monday will be the first Speed Mate Session, organised by International Office and PS. Make sure to sign in, we look forward welcoming you in PSOR!
New Email Adresses
24 February 2016
Exchange sale! - Exchange places available (2016-2017)
26 January 2016
Exchange Sale! – Exchange places available as from 8 February 2016
First come, first served!
We have posted the most up to date overview of still available exchange places on this Blackboard page (Exchange – Procedure and Guidelines). We will regularly update this list, which is subject to changes. We are happy to announce that we still have some very nice opportunities to study abroad as an exchange student!
Well motivated students with good marks and progress in their study are invited to participate in this 3rd and final nomination round. You need to hand in the nomination documents as described in the “procedure and guidelines” section of this Blackboard page.
We will accept your nomination documents as from 8 February, 12.30 hours in room 2.73. The selection will be on first come, first served basis. But, keep in mind that your motivation, as well as your grades and progress, will be carefully reviewed and that placement is not guaranteed. We will do our utmost to inform you about the outcome within 3 weeks after submission of your documents by e-mail.
The faculty of CEG still has 2 places within the Global E3 programme, which is a centrally organized programme. Deadline for the nomination for Global E3 is 21 January 2016. Hand in your nomination documents in room 2.73 on this date at the latest.
The application deadline at Global E3 for after nomination by the International Office CEG is 1 February. By this date you will have to send in your application documents to the GlobalE3 organization. Please pay attention to the following requirements:
Grade point average of at least 7.5
Completed your P-in-1 (when BSc student)
Successfully passed all first and second year bachelors courses
Proven English language skills (TOEFL or IELTS)
Experience within this programme has shown that it can be difficult to find placement at the following institutions for various reasons:
- Michigan, GeorgiaTech, Florida, Wisconsin/Madison and NYU.
It is wise to select other or additional universities if you opt for one of these places. You can list up to 5 choices for your final application at Global E3.
We have also learnt that most of the time, these following universities have sufficient places available for incoming students:
- Case Western, Louisiana State, Mississippi State, Missouri, Oregon State (quarter system), Rose-Hulman (quarter system), Texas Tech, Maryland, New Hampshire, Pittsburgh
! Currently, it is not possible for TU Delft students to study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign through Global E3 !
Programme information, requirements and the application form (after nomination by CEG!) can be found on the website: www.tudelft.nl/globale3
Please note that no correspondence about the nomination outcome is possible. The exchange nomination is carried out very carefully. Students who have been nominated cannot cancel their nomination.
Wishing you lots of success!
Chantal van Woggelum
Student and International Office
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG)
Delft University of Technology
Postal address: Visitors address:
P.O. Box 5048 Stevinweg 1, room 2.73
2600 GA Delft 2628 CN Delft