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Information for
Erasmus University Students

Checklist Erasmus

Studying at the Erasmus University, still looking for an internship or elective course and curious about working with an interdisciplinary team? Then the Joint Interdisciplinary Project (JIP) might be interesting for you! Please read the checklist to see which steps need to be taken! As all the master programs in Delft take two years, it is only possible for them to join JIP in their second year of the master. As the master programs from the EUR sometimes have a different format, you can in some studies also apply for JIP as a first-year master student.

N.B. to do JIP during your first year of your masters, you must apply for JIP during your bachelors. Are you an RSM bachelor student and looking

 

for a course to fill in your elective space? Then it is possible to apply for JIP as a third-year bachelor student. Note that you must apply for JIP during the second year of your bachelor.

Questions? Feel free to contact us via students-jip@tudelft.nl

Checklist for Erasmus University Students

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  1. Check out all the information regarding the course on www.jointinterdisciplinaryproject.nl.

  2. Check the electives or internship criteria of your master study to check whether these criteria match JIP.

  3. Visit one of the information sessions and/or Q&As in May.

  4. Check out all the company cases via the website. Ask your additional questions regarding the course via students-jip@tudelft.nl.

  5. Attend company pitches which are announced on the JIP website. The link is made available on the day of the pitch.

 

NB. For more information regarding the cases, you must enroll yourself at the Delft University of Technology via www.studielink.nl, see step 3 of the ‘Applying for JIP’ steps. NB. enrolling at the university is no direct commitment. Due to confidentiality, we can only share the complete company cases via TUD Brightspace, which you get access to after enrolling for the TUD.

 

Applying for JIP

  1. Send an e-mail to students-JIP@tudelft.nl and either CC Joris Meijaard (meijaard@rsm.nl) or Mirko Benischke (benischke@rm.nl) to let us know you are interested.

  2. E-mail your board of examiners to ask for their permission. Their answer should be received before the 1st of September 2023. Include the study guide’s description and the argumentation based on the elective/internship criteria in your request.

  3. Firstly, enroll yourself also at the Delft University of Technology via www.studielink.nl. You need to be enrolled for both this academic year and the upcoming academic year, since JIP starts in the new academic year.

  4. At the TU Delft, register yourself as a ‘bijvakstudent’ (guest student) in Studielink at the faculty “3ME”.

  5. Pay with ‘Proof of Payment of Tuition Fees’ (Bewijs Betaald Collegegeld) in Studielink. 

    NB! Skipping steps 3 and 5 can lead to governmental fines. Make sure you fulfill these steps as soon as possible.
     

  6. Please send an email to students-jip@tudelft.nl to let us know you are enrolled in Studielink, so we can manually add you to the TUD Brightspace environment of JIP.

  7. Apply for the JIP course via the application form, where you can also rank your preferred cases. You can find the form on TUD Brightspace.

 

Processing the grades

  1. Request a transcript of the grades from the TU Delft office via SPA-3ME@tudelft.nl.

  2. Send the transcript to your own faculty’s student administration.

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