This exchange opportunity is available through our partner, Delft University of Technology (Technische Universiteit Delft - TU Delft), Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM), in the Netherlands. This partnership allows students from each institution to study at the other school for one semester.
The following guidelines apply to all exchange students:
To study in Italy: MSPPM students (4-semester/21-month track with all study in Pittsburgh) have the opportunity to study at TU Delft during the fall of their second year. You can continue your work toward your MSPPM degree while augmenting your studies with classes and experiences unique to studying abroad.
Interested MSPPM students must be:
Interested students currently studying in the MSPPM program at Heinz are required to submit:
Materials should be delivered to the Heinz College’s Director of Admissions. The application deadline for the exchange program is March 15th.
If selected, additional information is required by TU Delft. For more information on TU Delft, please visit the TU Delft Exchange Program website.
Students who are U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents and are otherwise eligible may apply for federal aid for courses that are accepted as credits earned towards their Heinz College degree. A financial aid “Consortium Agreement” must be completed for each individual U.S. student participating in the exchange program.
Interested students currently studying at TU Delft should contact the Exchange Program Liaison, Toke Hoek (firstname.lastname@example.org), for additional information. TU Delft students can apply directly to the exchange program by carefully following the application process for prospective exchange students.
Once admitted, the student must submit the online Admission Offer Response form and a completed I-20 visa application form. Information regarding this process will be provided in the formal, online offer of admission to enroll as an exchange student at Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College).