In 1956 a law was passed enabling the foundation of the Technische Hogeschool Eindhoven (THE). When the THE was officially opened by Queen Juliana on 19 September 1957, the First academic year began. On 1 September 1986 an amendment to the law saw the THE become Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e).
With a view to the future, TU/e has begun a major educational reform. The Bachelor's and Master's programs remain but are being incorporated in a Bachelor College and Graduate School respectively. Students will be given more freedom and can even choose to follow a broad-based program with society-oriented subjects or opt for a very specialized science program.
The Eindhoven University of Technology is a leading research institute for scientific innovation. You will enjoy working in its well-equipped, modern research facilities, including a large, ultramodern cleanroom.
The TU/e campus is home to many other renowned research institutes, such as the Dutch Polymer Institute and the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research. In addition, they participate in networks and institutes throughout the world.
The Career center of the TU/e provides you with workshops, training courses and much more during your studies. Once you have finished you Master’s studies you may want to continue your studies or you may decide that you want to start your working career. TU/e graduates can look forward to a varied, challenging, lucrative and attractive career. Whatever your choice, the TU/e offers a wide package of possibilities.
Going to a new university in a new country is an exciting and possibly a slightly daunting prospect, particularly if it is your first time living abroad. The Education and Student Service Center provides a range of services to ensure that you get here, with all the necessary paperwork completed and all the practicalities arranged, in time to start your new studies at TU/e.
TU/e can mediate in arranging accommodation for Bachelor’s and Master’s students. TU/e guarantees housing for a period of one year. However, in most cases you will receive a rental agreement that allows you to stay in the accommodation for the duration of your studies at TU/e.
Thanks to the arrival of the two apartment blocks, Luna and Aurora, the campus has 700 apartments for (international) students and people working on the campus.
Everyone is welcome to visit the TU/e Library and consult our collection, whether or not you are a student or staff member at TU/e. Via the Internet, the Library provides access to a wealth of digital information. At the central library a collection of printed information resources (mainly books and journals) is at your disposal.
TU/e is a 'hotspot' with its own wireless LAN. Not only do TU/e buildings offer wireless internet buts o do some outside locations. Students and staff can log in to the network all over using their TU/e account. Visitors working at universities or research institutes can use the eduroam service though the home institution. Guests of TU/e can use the Wireless LAN Guest Network.
TU/e campus is the place ‘Where innovation starts’. The green campus is becoming an attractive hotspot for students, researchers, entrepreneurs, investors and high-tech companies with state-of-the-art offline and online facilities. The TU/e campus facilitates meetings between researchers, students and entrepreneurs to inspire each other and expand their horizons.
Are you a sports fanatic? Or just want to keep fit? If so, you'll certainly feel at home at the Eindhoven University of Technology! Sport is an important part of life in Eindhoven and at the university. The Students' Sport Center on the TU/e campus offers modern and extensive facilities. The TU/e Campus has extensive facilities geared to stimulating your personal wellbeing, like a sports center catering up to 70 different sports and 40 sports associations.
TU/e has a wide variety of student associations. Each has its own atmosphere, customs and activities. At TU/e every study program has its own study association; a club intended for and organized by students with the aim of making student life as enjoyable and instructive as possible.
These associations organize excursions and foreign study trips, often in partnership with the department in which you are studying. But you can also buy your study books at a discount through your study association, and once again, these are active associations that also organize parties and sports events.
The NVAO (Accreditation Organisation for the Netherlands and Flanders) has given final approval to the Institutional Quality Assurance Assessment for TU/e (Eindhoven University of Technology).
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