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Schedule for the 2010-2012 Programme
Since not all students will have the same entrance level (for requirements see below, please fill out all the lists of subjects as extensively as possible), they may be asked to prepare some assignments before arrival. These will be considered as part of the individual programme and credited accordingly.
To make sure the M.Sc. students are well prepared for studying and for life in the Netherlands, it is recommended that they contact the course management in time so that a suitable acquaintance programme can be organised, in particular related with living in the Netherlands. The students are supposed to arrive before early in August so that proper arrangements can be made before the actual course starts in the last week of August.
University staff and student mentors take care of a scheduled process of arrival, getting together, getting settled and getting around (airport pick-up, housing, medical insurance, language facilities, exploration of the university and of Eindhoven, use of library and computer facilities, etc.).
The university has published a guidebook for foreign visitors entitled "Eindhoven Survival Kit". This booklet will help students to find their way around the university, its faculties and the city of Eindhoven. It contains information on several aspects of academic life and study processes. Additionally, it provides information on living in the Netherlands, "How to deal with the Dutch", etc.
Students from most countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) require authorisation for temporary stay in the Netherlands of longer than three months. Once the student has been admitted to a TU/e Master's program, the TU/e International Relations Office will Organise the visa application. See visas.
Please note that for a stay in the Netherlands of four months or longer, it is necessary to register at the municipality. The municipality will ask to see, among other things, a valid passport, a birth certificate (if necessary legalised and in some cases also verified) and a marriage certificate (if applicable). Students are advised to prepare these documents well in advance. Especially the verification procedure can take a long time (around 6 months). Students can contact the Royal Netherlands Embassy and/or the authorities from their own country to find out exact procedures.
The TU/e International Relations Office assists all students admitted to a TU/e Master's program in the procedures and practicalities of coming to study in the Netherlands.
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