Advice during your (choice of) study
Top: Marieke Dubbelboer, Ilona Sporrel and Juliette Kars
Bottom: Els Brilman and Morgan Love
The student advisors offer supra curricular counselling. They play an important role in academic career counselling offered by our faculty, but you can certainly also contact them on your own initiative. Naturally all matters remain confidential.
Make the most of your studies and consult the student advisor for:
- personal guidance from start to finish;
- an analysis of your interests, talents and ambitions (personal profile and labour market);
- choosing your specialization, optional courses, Master’s programme / specialization, Honours path, 2nd study programme, etc.;
- choosing specific activities, e.g. study period abroad, committee membership, internship;
- improving your study method, exam preparation, planning, thesis, etc.;
- support in the event of personal problems or impediments;
- advice in the event of problems with a curriculum, sexual harassment, problems with a supervisor, etc.
You should contact the student advisors as soon as possible if you are experiencing personal problems such as illness, disability, family circumstances, or dyslexia. They will be able to advise you on suitable assistance and will help you to adapt your study programme to the circumstances.
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