Student talk at TU Delft

Studying at TU Delft comes with perks. Here’s why these Indian students seem to think so.

They are here to study, but these guys will be the first to tell you that life at TU Delft is about a lot more than being a geek. Sumit Sachdeva (25) did his MSc in biochemical engineering at TU Delft and is now doing his PhD in nano organic chemistry here. Rishabh DevSharma (24) is a second-year MSc student studying systems and control.
Why did you decide to study in Delft?
Sachdeva: “I really liked the course structure here. I had applied to several universities for an MSc. I got scholarship for TU Delft and that clinched it.
DevSharma: “I like to meet people from different cultures and I thought Europe will be less monotonous than the US in that regard.”

What was the biggest adjustment problem you faced when first arriving here?
Sachdeva: “For an Indian, life is different in many ways. I had to figure out lots of things on my own, like where to buy things. But, if you don’t struggle, you don’t have any fun.”
DevSharma: “Being independent. Doing everything from cooking to washing yourself.”Published in TU Delta Magazine.To read the complete interview, click here

Rishabh DevSharma (left) and Sumit Sachdeva: “Learn how to cook.”
(Photo: Sam Rentmeester/published in TU Delta)

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