Practical Information

Here you can find practical information concerning the Kick-In.

What is the Kick-In?

The Kick-In is the introduction time at the University of Twente. The Kick-In takes nine days and consists of two parts: a general Kick-In and your Faculty Kick-In. The Kick-In will take place from Wednesday the 23rd of August until Thursday the 31st of August 2017. 

General Kick-In
In the general Kick-In you will be introduced to your fellow students, the campus, the city of Enschede and the whole range of associations. You will be familiarized to the environment where you are about to live and study.
 
Faculty Kick-In
The Faculty Kick-In is mainly focused on your studies. You will get detailed information on your studies and guided tour in the building where you are about to follow most of your lectures and seminars. There is an opportunity to meet your study association, buy your study materials and receive your timetable. You will be informed about this session by the management of your study.
 
Both parts of the Kick-In are very useful for the rest of your study, so make sure you’re available! Please bear in mind that the Kick-In continues in the weekend.

We take care of the following:

The entrance fee for the regular Kick-In is 70 euros. Keep in mind that you may have to pay for additional drinks etc. During the general programme there are extra costs bound to the Kick-In for specific activities.

The faculties will ask for a contribution as well. This contribution is different for every study.

You should take care of the following:

In order to optimally experience the Kick-In there are certain aspects that you should do.

  • Subscribe yourself for the Kick-In (the required page can be found here once registration has opened)
  • Take care of a place to sleep during the Kick-In
  • Arrange a bike

Formality Market

For international bachelor students there will be a Formality Market to arrange all kind of formalities. This activity is mandatory for all international bachelor students. Please bring the following documents to the Formality Market:

Students who come to the Netherlands without a visa

  • Passport/ID
  • Two paper copies of your Passport/ID
  • Two paper copies of your rental contract

Students who come to the Netherlands with a visa

  • Passport
  • Two paper copies of your rental contract
  • Bank account application form (printed!)
  • Two paper copies of the visa-sticker in your passport
  • Four paper copies of passport page with your personal information
  • Two paper copies of your rental contract (when renting a room off-campus)