Enrolling as a minor student (guest student)

You may wish to take a single subject (bijvak) that is not provided by the institution of higher learning where you are taking your main degree programme or you like to do a minor offered by the TU Delft. It is possible to enrol for a second degree programme at the TU Delft.

  • Log in to Studielink and request a new enrolment for the Bachelor- or Master degree programme.
  • Are you a guest student in a bachelor programme: choose "no" at "Starts in the first year".
  • Are you a guest student in a master programme: choose "yes" at "Starts in the first year".
  • Choose the study programme in which you want to register at "Study programme name (institution)". 
  • Confirm the programme

Do you want to be enrolled as a minor student, choose the option "Minor" of the programme in which you want to register. Confirm your choice.

This is important to a "guest student":

  • Hand in a certificate payment tuition fees (in dutch: BBC) from the other institution, stating what amount of tuition fees have been paid for your enrolment, your type of enrolment and for what period.
  • Hand in a declaration from the Board of Examiners of the other institution, stating that the subject to be taken is not taught at this institution but does form part of the examination to be taken.
  • When you hand in a the declaration from the Board of Examiners, you don't to show that you meet the requirements of physics and mathematics.
  • You will not obtain a degree diploma.

Te be enrolled as a minor student you will receive an e-mail stating for which minor you have been either registered or placed on a waiting list. See the website for more information.

When you follow one of the 3TU degree programmes or one of the bachelor programmes of Life Science and Technology, Molecular Science and Technology, Applied Mathematics and Clinical Technology or the master programmes of Industrial Ecology and Nanobiology then this applies to you:

  • When you have an enrolment at one of the 3TU degree programmes at TU Eindhoven, University Twente or TU Delft,  a registration at the other universities will be made automatically.
  • When you enrol for one of the bachelor programmes of Life Science and Technology, Applied Mathematics, Nanobiology and Clinical Technolgy or the master programmes of Industrial Ecology you will have to register yourself at the TU Delft through Studielink.
  • When you enrol for one of the bachelor programmes Molecular Science and Technology and the master programmes of Industrial Ecology of you will have to register yourself at Leiden University through Studielink.
  • For these programmes an automatically exchange of payment will take place. You don’t have to hand in a proof of payment of tuition fee.
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