The BSc programme in Applied Physics is exciting yet challenging. It suits some people better than others. TU Delft therefore finds it important that you experience what it is like to study Applied Physics before actually starting the programme. This is the only way to determine whether you and the Applied Physics programme are a good match.
For this reason, all prospective students who want to start the Applied Physics BSc programme in September 2020 are required to participate in mandatory matching activities. If you do not take part, or if you do not complete the matching process, your enrolment in the programme will be cancelled.
What are the matching activities?
The most important part of the matching activities is the on-campus Matching Day. During the Matching Day, you will attend Applied Physics classes at the TU Delft campus. These classes are identical, both in difficulty level and in content, to classes you will take in the first couple of weeks of the programme. They therefore give a realistic impression of what it is like to participate in the Applied Physics programme. During the Matching Day, you will also receive feedback on how you performed on the exercise part of the class. In addition to the classes, you will meet your future lecturers and fellow students in an informal setting. The Matching Days for students who want to start the programme in September 2020 are:
- Saturday February 8th 2020
- Monday May 25th 2020 (due to the coronavirus this will be an online event)
- Monday June 29th 2020 (due to the coronavirus this will be an online event)
Prior to the Matching Day, you will have to do some preparatory activities at home, such as filling out a questionnaire and informing yourself about specific aspects of the programme.
After the Matching Day, you will receive feedback on how good your match is with the Applied Physics programme. This advice is not binding: it is up to you what to do with it.
Registration for Mandatory Matching
The deadline for submitting your enrolment request in Studielink for the BSc programme in Applied physics is June 1st. After submitting your request, you will receive further information on how to register for the mandatory matching activities. If you do not submit your request by June 1st, you may not be able to participate in the matching activities. If so, you will also not be enrolled in the programme. If you are enrolled in another programme at that time, or if you have submitted an enrolment request in Studielink for another programme before June 1st, other rules may apply. Please refer to our FAQ-section for more details.
Participation in the Matching Day is mandatory for all prospective students. In case you cannot attend for reasons beyond your control (like living outside the Netherlands or Belgium or illness), please contact us at email@example.com. In that case, you may be offered alternative matching activities. Please be aware that holidays are not a legitimate reason to not attend a Matching Day.