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Study abroad

The Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management attaches great value to an international experience as part of the study programme. Most areas of the faculty’s research and education have an international character. Think of subjects like liberalization of the energy market, the building and development of the 'Tweede Maasvlakte' and the intregation of broadband and wireless communication. For this reason the faculty encourages its students to study abroad during their study programme at TPM. Apart from expanding your knowledge scientifically and educationally, you will have the opportunity to learn another language, and to get acquainted with another culture.

If you are considering spending time abroad during your study programme, you could start by asking yourself the following general questions:

  • What exactly do I want to do abroad?
  • Where do I wish  to go?
  • When can I and do I want to go abroad?
  • For how long would I like to go abroad?

->>TPM has contact with a number of foreign organisations, where you can be admitted.

After you have familiarized yourself with the subject and can answer the questions mentioned above, please fill out the form Request Study Abroad and make an appointment with the international officer through the Service point OTPM.


Study Abroad presentations

The Faculty of TPM has the following information events during each academic year. In November the Study Abroad week takes place. In the first week of the second quarter there are BSc and MSc Study Abroad presentations followed by an information market.

These pages provide all kinds of useful information about going abroad. It mainly concerns practical matters on the organization of an internship or study abroad. You will also find useful addresses, contacts and tips. Use the step-by-step-plan below to find out what your options are for studying or doing an internship abroad.








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