Come visit Check Your Match!

April 24, 2023
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Looking for more information about your 2nd and 3rd year electives? Come visit Check Your Match!

Don't know yet which electives to choose for the 2nd and 3rd year of your bachelor's program? Sign up for our annual Check Your Match event. This year Check Your Match will take place on May 9 and 10, from 12:30 – 13:30 in the main hall in Atlas.  

Sign up! 
Would you like to join Check Your Match? Great! You can sign up here

What to expect?  
Check Your Match is the annual event to help you, as a first-year bachelor's student, explore your electives for the 2nd and 3rd year. During the event, each elective package or USE learning trajectory has its own booth where you can ask your questions directly to the package representatives. This may be a course teacher and/or a fellow student who took the elective package before. You can ask them anything you would like to know about e.g., course content, prior knowledge that would be needed, workload or what a typical course assignment looks like. 
Due to the new curriculum of the Bachelor College, for part of the packages it is already clear when is the last time that the courses will be offered. This information is available in the flyer of the package. Information about the scheduling of the courses and exams is available in the course catalogue. So, look at these carefully before making your schedule. The information in the course catalogue is leading. 

How is the event set up?  
You can freely walk in and out of the main hall in Atlas and visit the booths that interest you. It is up to you how many booths you want to visit, how long you stay and what you want to ask. On both days, different elective packages and USE learning trajectories are present at the event. We will let you know which packages you can visit on which day. 
How to prepare?  
Get some inspiration and already look at the offered elective packages and USE learning trajectories. In addition, you can also read the general information about composing and choosing your electives.  
See you at Check Your Match!