The Cryogenic Propulsion Project at Delft Aerospace Rocket engineering (DARE) aims to develop a cryogenic rocket motor for use in DARE's Stratos line of rockets. DARE is a student team consisting of over 100 members based in Delft (The Netherlands), and we aim to be the first student team to reach space (100km altitude) and safely recover the rocket. The launches of Stratos I (2009) and Stratos II (2016) to 12 and 21.5km respectively broke the European Student Altitude Record each time. As DARE's rockets aim higher they become larger and more complex, requiring more efficient propulsion, structural design, electronics, and operations. Simulations within DARE show that to reach 100km, previous propulsion technology (solid and hybrid rocket motors) are not efficient enough given DARE's manufacturing constraints. This is where the goal of the Cryogenic Propulsion Project came from. By the end of 2017 the first tests of a small-scale engine as well as many subsystem tests will take place, with a larger, full-scale version to be designed in the following year.