The TNW master programmes offer several opportunities for adding an international dimension to your curriculum.

In this way, a student can determine if "going abroad" suits and wants it to play a role in a future career.

We believe a stay abroad is a valuable component of the study; therefore stimulating measures like the Twente Mobility Fund (TMF-fund) and the Erasmus-scholarship are available.

When you have decided to go abroad, the next step is to decide what he/she prefers to do abroad. Keep in mind that it takes 6 to 12 months to make all the necessary arrangements for an internship, assignment or to study in a foreign country; so planning must start as soon as possible.

The study programme should be arranged in close consultation with the study advisor, one of the university teachers, de graduation professor and/or the mobility coordinator.

The approval of the board of examiners should be received before departure!

Possibilities adding an international component to your curriculum by studying abroad:

  • exchange in the context of the Erasmus programme
  • minor
  • bachelor assignment
  • international study tour

To discuss all possibilities and procedures concerning studying abroad, be in time making an appointment with the mobility coordinator of TNW.

Start by submitting your application for “courses” in Mobility Online.

For additional information you can subscribe to the Blackboard site ‘Study Abroad TNW’ (under organizations).

Internship and Mobility coordinator TNW
Betty Folkers
Internship and Mobility coordinator TNW

Horsttoren 609

+31 (0)53 489 2772
Assistant Internationalization
Monique Kolff
Assistant Internationalization

Horsttoren 605

+31 (0)53 489 6151