About the MMD 2022

The Maritime Match Day is organised by the study association “S.G. William Froude” of the study Maritime Technology at the TU Delft. After two years of corona pandemic it is finally possible to organise a in person MMD in the TU Delft Aula. The Maritime Match Day aims to bring students closer to maritime companies from various sectors. From offshore companies to superyachts builders and naval architect bureaus to research institutions, every sector will be present at the exhibition floor where companies will present themselves at their stand. This year there will be 28 companies attending the exhibition floor, which means that no matter what your interest is, there will be something for you!

Whether you are a first year bachelors student or almost finished with your masters, we heartily welcome you to come and take a look at the companies of the maritime sector and see how your study is put into practice. 

The main part of the MMD is the exhibition floor, however the day will be filled with many different activities. For instance it is possible to sign up for a case, where you will work with a group of students of the same level to find a solution to a problem presented by a company. Furthermore there will be a discussion panel and short presentations with speakers from companies and the TU Delft, discussing several current challenges in the maritime industry and what “new perspective” it takes to tackle those problems. Furthermore it is possible to sign up for speed dates with your companies of preference if you are looking for a job, internship or graduation project. 

Registration is free if you are a Froude member, otherwise entry costs 5 euros. After the event there will be a dinner, however this is optional and will cost around 20 euros. The whole day will be filled with activities, but it is important to note that nothing is mandatory. This means that you can start and end the MMD at your own convenience. 
We as the MMD committee are looking forward to seeing you on the 17th of May!

With ever loud splash,
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