Join AeroDelft

Join The team!

Passionate about sustainable aviation and the environment? Interested in working in an international team on a large project? Always wanted to be part of a Student Team?

Now is your chance! If you are interested in joining the team (2022/2023), we invite you to submit an application by sending an email to recruitment@aerodelft.nl . If you have questions or want more information about the team and the positions of the next year you can also send us an email!

Deadline for the 2022/2023 Applications

Full Time Application Deadline: 27th of February 2022

Part Time Application Deadline: 2nd of May 2022

Make sure to join the upcoming AeroDelft Team Interest Drinks on the 9th and 15th of February. Check our Instagram for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As a rule of thumb, Full-timers work approximately 40 hours a week and Part-timers have around 20 hours a week. These hours are a cumulative of both meetings (with the departments) and hands on experience.

Yes of course! You can apply for a Part Time position (around 20 hours) which gives you enough time to work on your academics.

For more details on jobs and responsibilities visit this Link

Experience in the field is always an added bonus! Here at AeroDelft we also encourage students to gain hands on experience and convert theory into practice.

Ideally we encourage students to apply before the start of the academic year, but we also actively recruit right after the end of the first quarter.

To do an Internship at AeroDelft, we encourage you to look up our projects online and frame a suitable research question in one of the relevant fields.

Unfortunately not! We are a student team working on a completely volunteering basis alongside our studies.

Yes! To be a part of AeroDelft, you have to be either enrolled in a Dutch University or be in the Netherlands for the entirety of your term.

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