TU/e Honors Academy

Do you like challenges? Is delivering excellent results what you aim for? Would you like to do scientific research or solve societal problems? Would you like to make a giant leap forward in your professional as well as personal development? Do you love working under pressure, with the strictest of deadlines? Would you like to build a professional network? Or is entering a prestigious Master abroad your ultimate dream? Then joining the TU/e Honors Academy might be just the thing for you.

The TU/e Honors Academy offers a varied choice of excellence tracks for Bachelor students, and from September 2015, honors programs for Master students. The overall goal is to prepare you for personal leadership as well as scientific, societal and/or industrial leadership in a society that is affected exponentially by changes and developments.

Honors program for Bachelor students

Honors program for Master students

Code of Conduct Honors Academy

As part of the Honors Academy we expect that you apply to the following code of conduct:

Our Honors program offers you unique possibilities to work on your future. In return the Honors Academy asks you to the following:

Participation

Throughout the academic year the Honors Academy and your track will organize activities and events to inspire you, to help you to be successful, to build an Honors community and to learn from your fellow Honors students. We expect you to be present and actively participate.

Promotion

We are proud of our TU/e Honors community and are continuously working on extending our network and improving our visibility. We expect you to help us promote the Honors Academy, your track and project. How? By showing that you are an Honors student when you are in contact with internal or external stakeholders. For supporting materials (such as report and presentation formats, logo), check the Canvas page Module ‘Logo Honors Academy to be used in publications’. Of course, as a promotor of the Honors Academy, we expect you to show exemplary (academic) behavior.   

Pro-active attitude

As an Honors student you are in the lead of your own personal and professional development. To make the most of your Honors program we urge you to be proactive. If you have ideas or feedback to improve your Honors experience or if you encounter any problems, contact your coach (first point of contact) or track coordinator. Of course, for track transcending remarks or questions the Honors Academy is at your disposal.