I consider Delft Technical University as one of the up-and-coming universities of northern Europe. With high-tech facilities and ample funding and relations with companies, it really gives engineering students a taste of cutting-edge technology and innovation, in contact with the real world. Of course, setbacks always exist. The weakest points are identified in the studying spaces, that cannot support all of 22,000 students in rush periods, like examinations times and weekends, and the disanalogous intake of new students with the local housing community, are just to name a few. Additionally, the university’s outing the wider international student community is evident, yet highly promising. The integration with local students is not always successful. Yet, an abundance of student organisations, high-class innovation teams and multi-cultural, international activities in nearby cities of Rotterdam and the Hague, offer a thrilling educational experience for whoever wants to jump in the world of serious engineering. We do not have the balls of Imperial College or Cambridge University, and the windy weather and lack of sun are substantial, but one can gain from living the Delft experience, on the topics of skills, mentality and innovativeness, along with the high-tech quality are more than enough to make this university worth. Lastly, educational fees are really reasonable for what it is offered, in regard to the rest of the same calibre universities in Europe (#53 in the world, according to QS ratings,2018).