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Student statute

The Student statute describes what students can expect of the university and what the university expects of them. It consists of two parts: an Institutional part, which is equal for every student, and an Educational part. In the educational part, you can find the Educational- and Exam regulations (OER), the Execution regulation (UR) and the Rules and Guidelines of the Exam Committee (RRvE). The study programs and the organisation of the exams are set out in this part. Furthermore, there are faculty regulations TNW, which explains the powers of the FSR and the educational committees. For more information please consult the website of the TUDelft

OER UR RRvE
OER MST UR MST RRvE MST
OER CE & SET UR CE RRvE CE & SET
  UR SET  

Minor

During a bachelor programme at the TU Delft it is obligatory to follow a minor. Usually, a student will start a minor during the first semester of the third year (fifth semester). A minor is meant to either broaden your field of knowledge, or to dig deeper into a subject of your current study. You can choose to do your minor at the TU Delft or at another university. For more information about the possibilities, click here.

Internships

For questions about internships please contact Internship Office Applied Sciences. On this website you will find information and advise on internships, as well as information on Bachelor and Master Thesises. To view the internship vacancies, enroll in the Blackboard community of the Internship Office. You will find this community through Courses/Master/Chemical Engineering & Biochemical Engineering. Finally, the Delftse Bedrijvendagen (DDB) are the ideal opportunity to find an internship position.

Studying abroad

Many students opt for a period abroad during their study. Some TU Delft students choose for an exchange with another university, while others choose for an internship or a Thesis Project. More information on studying abroad can be found here.

VWO/University of Applied Sciences

Are you a VWO student or currently studying at a University of Applied Sciences and interested in studying Chemical Engineering at the TU Delft? Please contact us. We can give you information on information days. Furthermore, you are always welcome to come and have a look around and ask us a few questions. Are you interested in studying Molecular Science and Technology and do you want to know more? Please have a look at the study choice website of the TU Delft. At the site of MST you will find information about the study programme and you will find out what it is like to study in Delft.

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions frequently asked by students are collected in the FAQ. Here, you will conveniently find the questions and their answers. If you have a question about the study programme, please have a look at FAQ first. Even if you don't have any questions you might find it useful to have a look at the FAQ, as you will find more useful links here.

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