Organisation

Organisational structure

Supervisory Board Executive BoardAssistent Staff OfficeBoard of ProfessorsBoard for DoctoratesOperational CommitteeDelft Research InitiativesGraduate School Research SchoolsResearch Institutes

Honorary doctorates

Besides “regular” doctorates, TU Delft also awards honorary doctorates. The recipients of honorary doctorates do not have to write a dissertation. They receive the title of doctor based on the merits of their work. An honorary doctorate is a distinction. It is also a true academic degree and title. It comes with the same rights as a regular doctorate, and it is accompanied by a diploma. Honorary doctorates may be awarded to TU Delft scientists and individuals from other institutions and organisations. Well-known ‘doctores honoris causa’ include Cornelis Lely (1907) en Donald Norman (2006). Read more

Study associations

A study association is for students who follow the same study programme. The association organises lectures, symposia, excursions, mediates for internships, offers study material and such. Read more

Student society

A student society is not associated with a study programme and especially stimulates social contacts between students. Read more

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