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First of all, you need to decide which university you wish to visit. Make your decision well. Read student reports, check the websites of the different partner universities, go to the information sessions and learn the language. For more information per university you can click on the continents on our home page. You can find a list with all partner universities per continent including the amount of exchange places each year, the level (BSc/MSc), a link to the webpage of the partner university and the language of instruction. These are the universities and faculties with which the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment has an agreement. We are always working on new agreements, so the website and list might change during the year.

A summary of the exchange options for the next academic year can be found under Forms & Downloads

A selection of the reports of students who have already been on an exchange can be found here. All reports can be found in the TU Delft exchange programme database. Printed versions are also available in a yellow file on the desk of our international office.

Once you have made your choice, you can get more inside information by asking the International Office to send your e-mail address to students who have already studied in the country or at the university concerned.

Admission requirements

First of all, it is important that you have good academic results and that you are on track with your studies. Things will be different in a foreign country and this requires a proactive, flexible and creative attitude. As an exchange student you are an ambassador for your home university and are expected to represent TU Delft and the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment in the best possible way.

Before you leave, you must have a sufficient command of the language in which the courses are taught. For more information on language requirements, please see the website of the Central Student Administration.

Specific requirements:

Minor – Bachelor 5
At the moment of application: you follow Bachelor 3 courses and you are on track with your studies. This is necessary to be able to meet requirement nr. 2.
At the moment of departure: you must have fully completed the first three semesters of the Bachelor’s degree programme and you must have passed at least 15 ECTS of the 4th semester.

A practical requirement is that students who would like to study abroad should be enrolled as a full-time student for the entire exchange period. Meeting the minimum requirements does not mean that students are automatically selected. The final selection will be made by the Faculty’s selection committee. This committee will assess all factors in each file as submitted to them.

Master of Science Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences - MBE MSc3, other tracks MSc2
At the moment of application: you are on track with your studies. This is necessary to be able to meet requirement nr.2.
At the moment of departure: you must have fully completed your Bachelor’s degree programme.

A practical requirement is that students who would like to study abroad should be enrolled as a full-time student for the entire exchange period. Meeting the minimum requirements does not mean that students are automatically selected. The final selection will be made by the Faculty’s selection committee. This committee will assess all factors in each file as submitted to them.

Master of Science Geomatics for the Built Environment - MSc 3
At the moment of application: you are on track with your studies. This is necessary to be able to meet requirement nr.2.
At the moment of departure: you must have fully completed your Bachelor’s degree programme.

A practical requirement is that students who want to study abroad must be enrolled as a full-time student for the entire exchange period.
Meeting the minimum requirements does not mean that students are automatically selected. The final selection will be made by the Faculty’s selection committee. This committee will assess all factors in each file as submitted to them.

Deadline:         

15 January 5 pm – 1st+2nd semester (15th of January 2017 is a Sunday, you can hand in your documents untill Monday 16th of January 12:00 a.m.)
31 May 5 pm – 2nd semester – available places

Level and type of the courses

Bachelor’s students may only visit universities where at least subjects are taught at Bachelor’s level. Master’s students may only visit universities where at least subjects are taught at Master’s level. You can find the level of the courses offered by the different universities on the  website and list of partner universities.

Language

Before you leave, you must have a sufficient command of the language in which the courses will be taught. Some partner universities require you to add language test results to your application. You must submit a certificate showing the language course you have taken or proof that you have registered for a suitable language course. Please check the website of the university you are interested in for the requirements! For more information about language courses to be taken before your exchange period please go to Languages.

If you like to improve your language skills during your stay abroad, you could consider to take a course there too. The credit points allocated for language courses taken abroad are honoured with a maximum of 3,0 credits in the elective space. If you have obtained more credit points, these will be stated on your list of academic achievements.

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