Matching will help you determine whether Technical Computer Science (TCS) is a good fit for you in terms of content and expectations and whether you have the motivation and study skills for the programme.
Upon registration in Studielink and receiving (preliminary) admission from our Admission Office, you will receive an invitation from TCS for an online questionnaire. You are kindly requested to fill in the questionnaire and send it back to TCS.
Normally, the University of Twente organises two activities: 1. An individual skype or facetime meeting between a TCS student and the aspiring international student 2. A matching day for Dutch aspiring students on campus. However, this year the matching day is cancelled because of the Corona virus.
This year all aspiring students, both Dutch and international, will have an individual Skype matching meeting with a bachelor student from TCS. One of the TCS bachelor students will send you an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) with details about the procedure and timeframe.
Students whose personal situation can influence the results of the upcoming academic year need to make an appointment with the study advisor (Mrs Wassink-Kamp or Mrs de Jong) before the start of the academic year. This is also possible via Skype. https://www.utwente.nl/en/ces/sacc/coaching-counselling/study-coaching/study-advisers/?category=eemcs
1. Registration in Studielink by applicant;
2. Provisional Admission by Admission Office;
3. Invitation for online questionnaire with instructions via e-mail;
4. Either an individual skype or facetime meeting between a TCS student and the aspiring international student or attending the matching day for Dutch aspiring students (note: this year the matching day is cancelled because of the Corona virus).