Check Your Match
Do you already know how you want to fill in your elective space in your second and third year of your study program? Would you like to deepen or broaden your knowledge during your bachelor program by choosing an elective package from another department? To help you orientate, we organize the Check Your Match event. During this annual event you can gather information and ask all your questions about elective packages, USE-learning trajectories, Innovation Space and Honors programs.
This year Check Your Match will take place on May 10 and 11, from 12:30 – 14:00 in the main hall in Atlas. During the event, you can visit booths and ask questions to the package representatives. This may be a teacher or fellow student who previously took the course.
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. A full overview of which packages will be present on each day is uploaded below, so you can choose whether you want to visit the event just one of the days or both.
As you can see in the floor map of both days, the packages are sorted by overarching "themes" and grouped together based on that. This way, it should be easier for you to navigate at the event based on what kind of themes you are interested in. Besides, it creates the opportunity to collect information about packages from other faculties within the theme you are interested in and broaden your view on how to fill in your elective space.
During Check Your Match you are welcome to visit the Innovation Space booth. Innovation Space is a community and learning space where you can work with students from other programs on courses or do your bachelor project in the ISBEP project. Innovation Space is the workplace where student teams work on innovative solutions to social problems proposed by researchers, industry and government. Does this appeal to you? Then visit the Innovation Space booth.