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The TU/e has 11 official [https://www.tue.nl/en/tue-campus/meeting-working-together/student-teams/ student teams] that develop prototypes addressing challenges in different industries, such as in healthcare, transportation, and housing. Next to
The TU/e has 11 official [https://www.tue.nl/en/tue-campus/meeting-working-together/student-teams/ student teams] that develop prototypes addressing challenges in different industries, such as in healthcare, transportation, and housing.
Next to , there are [https://www.tue.nl/en/tue-campus/tue-innovation-space/projects/ project teams] working in [https://www.tue.nl/en/tue-campus/tue-innovation-space/ Innovation Space]. These teams regularly host recruitment events for interested new members which are usually announced on their individual Facebook pages.
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Student life in Eindhoven is heavily based on associations. An association, in short, is a group of students that share a common interest, that organizes events related to that interest. However, for many, this is simply the starting point, and associations will often organize unrelated activities for the sake of doing things together with others in the association. For instance, the tennis association Fellenoord mostly organizes training and competitions, but members will also get together to have a drink or host an event.
While joining an association is not a requirement by any means, it is an easy way to meet new people and one of the best ways to experience student culture in Eindhoven.
Associations fall into 8 major categories:
FSE is the umbrella organization for study associations of the TU/e. One study association, listed separately, is not part of FSE. Each study at the TU/e has it's own study association, and most study associations have their own bar in their respective buildings on campus. Study associations organize many career related events relevant for students in their faculty, but also have many leisure activities and workshops.
Each study association also organizes a weekly social drink known as a borrel every Thursday in their respective bars. Borrels are free to enter for any TU/e student, though most usually go to the one organized by their study. Borrels are held on Thursdays, from 16:00 - 17:00.
A full list of study associations is provided below (in alphabetical order):
CHEOPS: Built Environment
GEWIS: Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Japie Chemical Engineering and Chemistry
Intermate: Innovation Sciences
Industria Industrial Engineering
Lucid: Industrial Design
Protagoras: Biomedical Engineering
J.D. van der Waals: Applied Physics
Thor: Electrical Engineering and Automotive
Simon Stevin: Mechanical Engineering
Non FSE Study Associations
Pattern: Data Science
Scala is the umbrella organization for cultural associations at the TU/e. Most cultural associations meet once or twice a week for their particular activities, and will often meet more often to just spend time as a group. Most are located in the basement of the Luna building on Campus.
A full list is of cultural associations is provided below (in alphabetical order):
Dekate Mousa: Photography
Kinjin: Japanese Culture
Knights of the Kitchen Table: Table Top and Role Playing
La Tuñina: Spanish Music
Modern: Modern Music
Quadrivium: Classical Music
Studentproof Jazz: Jazz Music
Compositum is the umbrella organization for student associations at the TU/e. A student association is what in other cultures is often referred to as a fraternity. This means they organize parties, drinks, and other such activities. Student associations in Eindhoven have a rich history and many traditions, and thus most require you to speak some amount of Dutch. However, they do organize events open to the public throughout the year. If you would like to join a student association, be prepared for some hazing.
A full list is of student associations is provided below (in alphabetical order):
ESSF is the umbrella organization for sports associations at the TU/e. The Student Sports Center Eindhoven provides opportunities to take part in many different sports, and their activities are organized by sports associations.
A full list is of sports associations is provided below (in alphabetical order):
Acro Yoga: Yoga, Acrobatics
All Terrain: Mountainbike, Outdoor
Avalanche Boarders: Board sports
Concorde: Horseback riding
Da Vinci: Archery
De Club: Golf
Don Quishoot: Hockey
Hoc Habet: Fencing
Icehawks: Ice hockey
Impact: Boxing, Kickboxing
La Salsa: Salsa
Nayade: Water polo, Swimming
Oktopus: Indoor handball
SPV Blue: Aerial Silks, Pole fitness
Squadra Veloce: Cycling
Taveres: Table tennis
The Elephants: Rugby
Totelos: Indoor Football
WETH: Windsurfing, Kitesurfing
There are Country Associations in Eindhoven that provide help and a community for students from their respective countries. They also organize events during the year for the public such as Diwali and Made in Indonesia. Also listed here are two "international" associations, AEGEE Eindhoven and the creator of this wiki, Cosmos.
ACSSE Eindhoven: Chinese Association
AEGEE Eindhoven: Travel Association
Cosmos: International Student Association, creator of this wiki
LSRS Olanda: Romanian Association
PPI/Eindhoven: Indonesian Association
TU/e ISA: Indian Association
Credo is the umbrella association for spiritual or philosophical associations at the TU/e. Some other associations not technically under Credo are also listed here.
Compass: LGBTQ+ Association
Ichthus: Christian Association
Salaam: Islamic Association
Tint: Self-Development Association
The TU/e has 11 official student teams that develop prototypes addressing challenges in different industries, such as in healthcare, transportation, and housing.
ATeam: Autonomous Vehicles
Blue Jay: Drone Assistants
iGem: Synthetic Biology
InMotion: Electric Vehicles
Solar Team Eindhoven: Solar Vehicles
SOLID: Circular Energy
Tech United: Autonomous Football Playing Robots
TU/ecomotive: Bio-based Vehicles
University Racing Eindhoven: Autonomous Racecars
VIRTUe: Sustainable Houses
Next to these teams, there are project teams working in Innovation Space. These teams regularly host recruitment events for interested new members which are usually announced on their individual Facebook pages.
These associations are mostly career-related organizations, which do not usually have active members and social activities the way other associations do.
DAS: De Ambitieuze Student (The Ambitious Student) - a student party running for the student council
ESR: Eindhovense Studentenraad - a student party running for the student council
Groep-één: Translates to "Group One"- a student party running for the student council
Integrand Eindhoven: Internships
UniPartners Eindhoven: Short term collaborations with companies
Wervingsdagen: Organizes TU/e career events