Crowdfunding for TU Delft

The TU Delft is full of talent. Talent that is driven by a passion for technology and the ambition to make the difference in the world. We make every effort to let students and scientists excel and realize social impact. Do you like to support this?

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From 2018 to 2021 dozens of Indian, Dutch and other international students and PhD candidates are working with TU Delft on Water Management and Sanitation in India. This is solving two problems at once. On the one hand, future Indian engineers become aware of the importance of treatment and recycling of polluted water, and on the other, TU Delft scientists learn more about the cultural context in India, enabling them to gain valuable local insight into which technological solutions are effective.   Awareness and direct participation of Indian students in this research is therefore crucial. However, our disposable project money only applies to Dutch researchers. For Indian students, the competition is extremely fierce to get an Indian scholarship to do research abroad. So, it will take years before we have even exchanged a handful of students. With crowdfunding we hope to start their participation as soon as possible. TU Delft: world-class water management TU Delft enjoys a global reputation in Water Management and Sanitation.  Our reputation is not only built on past success, we continue to innovate with high-tech solutions that are sustainable, effective and affordable in different contexts. Will you join us? We need your help to pass on knowledge! We want as many students and PhD candidates as possible to take part in this initiative. We want to enable Indian students to come to the Netherlands for three months to gain knowledge at TU Delft and for TU Delft students to pass on knowledge and to learn more about the cultural context in India. Our aim is to have an exchange of at least ten students. Will you help us buildthis exchange? We want to educate more skilled sanitation engineers to address the life-threatening effects of waste water in countries.
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18-04-2018 | 14:34 To: Farewell Dean Bert Geerken