Services & Systems
To get the most out of your master's career it is highly recommended that you are familiar with a bunch of important TU Delft and EEMCS faculty services and computer systems. Take a look at these essentials.
Find course and programme details in the online Study Guide.
MY TIME TABLE
Your online course calender
EEMCS MY STUDY PLANNING
Before you can start your Master’s Thesis Project you need to have an Individual Exam Programme (IEP) with all your courses. Compose your IEP with this online tool.
An academic year starts on the first monday of September. The academic year is divided into 4 Quarters of 10 weeks each. These Quarters of 10 weeks include both teaching and exams. The first two Quarters together form the winter semester; Quarter 3 & 4 form the summer semester.
Brightspace is our collaborative and learning environment. This system enables us to provide effective support for education and improve the teaching and learning experience for students and lecturers. A TU Delft 'NetID' is needed to log in.
The online central hub for students.
All you need to know about exams: from exam registration, admission to the exam hall to exam do's & don'ts.
OSIRIS is the system of educational administration at TU Delft. Here you can register for exams and see your grades.
Brightspace is our collaborative and learning environment. A TU Delft 'NetID' is required to log in.
Scroll down for short videos about Brightspace.
If you not have activated your Netid yet, go to password.tudelft.nl . Use your one time key to set your own password.
Go to e-service.tudelft.nl to change personal information.
Select EDUROAM from wireless networks. Login with the following credentials:
Username: "your netid"@tudelft.nl
For more useful services click on Read More
EEMCS International & Internship Office
On this website you can find general information on studying abroad and doing an internship. Location: building 36, 2nd floor lower building.
ELITE ATHLETES & STUDY
TU Delft supports students who combine their studies with elite sporting activities.TU Delft’s elite sports policy is aimed at preventing or limiting any possible delay in academic progress.
Exchange students are students participating in an Erasmus programme through bilateral agreements, or students from a university that is a partner of TU Delft.
CENTRAL STUDENT ADMINISTRATION
Everything related to Enrolment & Finance,
Admission & Mobility and TU Delft Services.
The first class on a weekday is from 08:45h to 09:30. We have a lunch break at 12:30h. And the last class of the day starts on 18:45h. See the full overview here.
CAMPUS EMERGENCY NUMBER
The TU Delft has a special emergency phone number. This 24 hours a day available:
+31 15 27 888 88.
At EEMCS we want to provide the best quality of education to our students. This is why we evaluate our courses and programmes on a regular basis. We evaluate our courses with surveys and we organize a focus group twice a year. The surveys are distributed online via Brightspace. Evaluation results and the intended course improvements are published on Brightspace:
Information Literacy 2 are online courses in Brightspace. You learn how to search, evaluate and use scientific information. Students who have obtained their bachelor's degree at the TU Delft must take this test.
TU Delft can help you with ways to arrange accommodation. Read more for recommendations and watch the video for options in the city of The Hague.
Master Your Start
Not in the mood for reading this page? Then watch this short TU Delft student introduction video.
Check out TU Delft's career portal, the platform where students and companies can exclusively connect with each other, and find useful information like: Company profiles, Jobs and internship offers, Workshops, Talk&Toasts and much more.
This support website is meant to show how you can improve your course and ultimately improve TUDelft’s teaching and learning experience.
MyTUDelft is an app where you can find time tables, grades, registration for courses, minors and exams, study progress and more. Get push notifications about registration deadlines for exams and new results, proof of enrolment. Available for iOS and Android.
Studying with a disability
Suppose you’re dyslectic. Or perhaps you have a hearing-, visual impairment or physical disability. What does this mean for studying in a degree programme at the TU Delft? These students show you how they study here with various forms of support and facilities.
Delft University Fund
Students at TU Delft can apply to the fund for a grant to study abroad, take part in an international competition and much more.