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The TU Delft alumni network currently has over 50,000 members worldwide, and we would like all these alumni to be able to keep in touch with each other and with TU Delft. In that way they can serve as an inspiration to current students, help fellow alumni and support TU Delft.

Alumni News

Stay up to date with what is happening at TU Delft and find out the latest news for alumni. Read more or subscribe for the email news letter.

Alumni Activities

Activities for alumni are organised on a regular basis: by TU Delft, by alumni chapters or by faculty alumni associations. Read more.

Alumni Networks

Would you like to keep in touch with fellow alumni, or get in contact with alumni or students? You can do this through a range of different alumni networks. Read more.

Alumni Services

As an alumnus you can make use of several alumni services provided by TU Delft (e.g. services relating to personal and career development, networking and knowledge). Read more.

Help TU Delft

TU Delft would not be what it is today without the feedback, knowledge and enthusiasm of our alumni. The support that TU Delft receives from its alumni is very important. Find out what you can do to help. Read more.

Registration, change of address and media preferences

Do you want to miss nothing about the fantastisc projects, students and research from your university? But don't you receive the email newsletter or the Delft Outlook yet? Or do you want to know what kind of activities and communication items there are for you? Make sure that you are registered in our alumni database. Read more.

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Stories of alumni

Do you wonder where our graduated Engineers end up? Or do you want to know the stories of our alumni who succesfully implemented their knowledge in practice? Read our Stories of alumni:

Didi te Gussinklo Ohmann

For her job with hydraulic engineering firm Van Oord, alumnus Didi te Gussinklo Ohmann travelled the world from South America to Asia and from the Far East to Australia. For the past five years, she has been working relatively close to home at one of the world’s largest sea-based wind farms, 85 km north off the coast of the province of Groningen.

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