Overall, Delft University of Technology is a nice place to study.
In Aerospace Engineering, it has great facilities such as labs, an aviation hall and various wind tunnels that are already approach early in the Bachelor’s program. It gives a nice insight to student on the machinery they are likely to use later, either in their master or career.
The professors, in general, are good and try to help their students as much as they can, but it is not the case of everyone of them. However, it helps practice the self study and independence.
Delft is a quiet city, nicely located. The Hague is not so far and offers great shopping areas and the beach (in case of sunny day).
The student life is good, each faculty has its own student association, and quite a few more associations can be found on campus, organizing great events, from career opportunities to nice parties.
On the accommodation, it is hard to find, but for first year international students, the university provides a one-year accommodation.
About that, international students are more present in masters degrees than in bachelors.
The courses are what are expected, cover basic engineering knowledge and also more specific aerospace fields. In addition to that, students are included in practical applications such as group projects and lab sessions. These facilities are to be deserved, and the university expects a lot from their students, giving them quite a heavy work load. Past the first stressful moments, once you have your organization sorted out, it is all fine.
The university also provides counselling services in case of heavy struggles.
To sum it up, the university of Delft has a non-negligible value on the resume, and to keep this level of excellence, puts quite a lot of pressure on their students but on the other hand, always makes sure to offer them good facilities and overall great courses. I would definitely recommend it.