The university representatives denied having acted badly and said they had given Laurent special treatment during the course of their study.
Alexander Simons, Laurent's father, told Dutch media the university had criticised him for frequently courting media coverage of his son.
Talking about the unrealistic conditions set up by Laurent's parents, TUE in a statement issued to CNN said, "This would still be, in every way, a phenomenally fast schedule".
Laurent Simons' Instagram account also posted a screenshot of an email the university had sent them last month about potential December graduation dates, with a caption saying: "Liar liar trousers on fire!"
But despite Eindhoven's initial reassurance that Laurent could graduate, the school backtracked, claiming there were too many exams he needed to take and that it was not practical for a 9-year-old boy to develop "insight, creativity and critical analysis" in such a short time frame.
"Simons coordinated a press conference where he accused the Dutch establishment of attempting to postpone Laurent's strategies to research for a Ph.D.in a" high end" university in the USA.
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"Sometimes you succeed some, sometimes you fail some", Simons told, remarking that he thinks his son has a "better future ahead" no matter what.
He said if the school had initially told the family it would take three years, it wouldn't have mattered to them. "Laurent is not their belonging". Responding to the news of Laurent's leaving their university, TUE spokesperson Ivo Jongsma, said, "We never try to keep our students to ourselves". It would never be a motivation to frustrate someone.
"His supervisors enjoyed working with him, not only because of his enormous talent, but also because he is a very kindhearted and inquisitive boy".
Nevertheless, TUE said the door is still open for him to resume his studies at the institution.
Alexander declined to name the institution, citing a family decision to reveal Laurent's progress only at the end of any given course.
"There is a lot of interest in Laurent from universities he would like to attend", his father said.