Useful tools for students
We at ORAS want to make your student life at the TU Delft as easy as possible. That's why we regularly make factsheets, write manuals and try to inform every student to the best of our abilities. On this page you'll find some useful tools that might just help you with your student life!
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Does it take a lot of effort finding out where to study? Are you wondering which faculties are open during the exam period?
Maybe this overview of opening hours will make it easier for you to find out where to go to.
Before every exam period we call the faculties to check if they have alterior opening hours. That way you know exactly where to study at any given moment!
Thanks to ORAS you'll automatically get notified via email once a new grade has been published on Osiris. You'll have to turn on this function first. Find out how in the manual below.
As a TU Delft student you have free access to Microsoft Office 365. That includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel and much more. The software also automatically receives updates. Want to know how to install Office 365? Check the manual below.
With Virtual Software you have access to all your TU Delft files and programmes! Virtual Software is an initiative of ORAS from 2013. When you download Citrix Receiver from the store at your smartphone, tablet or at http://receiver.citrix.com/ for your desktop you can log in wherever you want on the virtual desktop of the TU Delft. The software then doesn't run on your own device, but on the servers of the TU and your TU files and programmes will be available.
We wrote two manuals which describe how to use Virtual Software:
Virtual Software is young so it can be that you see things aren't working the way you want. If you do, please let us know by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
It is also possible now to log in on a TU desktop via a webpage. This way you can reach your TU documents anywhere. Go to https://weblogin.tudelft.nl/ to log in via the webbrowser.
ORAS has been closely involved in the replacement of the printers on the TU Delft. The printers of Xerox are high quality machines with a lot of features like one pass double-sided scanning and easy log on/off with one motion. This Manual shows you how to install the printer software:
In 2020 the TU Delft acquired a licence for Zoom for students. In the manual you can learn how to make use of the TU Delft Zoom.
The TU Delft has a lot of useful websites you can make use of as a student. However, some of these websites are hard to find. Therefore, ORAS has made a selection of the most useful websites for you.
Do you think we have missed a website? Let us know! Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On this webpage you can find all the results from you exams and practical assignments. You can also find an overview of you ECTS and you can enroll for a minor program here.
Brightspace is the Collaborative Learning Environment of the TU Delft. All course related information can be found here.
Blackboard is the predecessor of Brightspace. Here you can found information about courses given before the year 2017-2018
On studygids.tudelft.nl you can find a quick summary of all courses at the TU Delft. You can find an overview of the goals, the method of teaching and the method of examination
In case you would like to know whether your schedule is still up to date or you are looking for an available room you can go to this website. This tool provides an overview of the occupation of all lecture halls at the TU Delft.
This page contains a list of Frequently Asked Questions at the Central Student Administration. You can also post your own questions here.
Here you can find the opening hours of all Student IT Desks at the TU Delft. For all your IT-related questions you can contact them.
Thanks to ORAS, this useful website is available for use. Was.tudelft.nl provides an overview of the location and availability of computers all over campus. For IDE and the Library there is a beter tool.
Visit this webpage to get an overview of all current bug reports and system failures at the TU Delft.
On this page, you can find all manuals on IT-related topics. For example, when you wathings like logging onto eduroam
Are you at home, would you still like to access your TU Delft drive? That is possible! On webdata.tudelft.nl you can find all information you need to access the files stored on your personal account.
At e-service.tudelft.nl, you can access and change your personal details. You can also forward your TU Delft e-mail to your personal account or install a notification when OSIRIS is updated with a new grade.
On this page you can all the info you need to choose your minor. It explains the different types of minors and gives an overview of all minors in Delft, and the opportunities elsewhere in the Netherlands.
Since 2012, there has been a collaboration between the University of Leiden, the TU Delft and Erasmus. Part of this collaboration has been joint minors. Go to this page to learn more.
Here you can find all the possible masters at the TU Delft.
This tool compares your bachelor degree with possible master degrees you can follow, based on the prerequisites of your chosen master.
This is thé website where you can find all information to go abroad in your studies. From choice of destination to booking the flight, all information is provided.
This website gives an overview of what partner connections the TU Delft has with universities around the globe. This may vary from university wide to faculty based.
This is a database, containing loads of Bachelor and Master Thesis's. Also, you can find a lot of publications here as well.
The Graduation Support Scheme for students (RPF), which was renamed in 2018-2019 to Profiling fund, is a regulation that helps students with a study delay due to boards or situations that were out of there hands. It is a way to get an annotation on your diploma and financial compensation.