Study support and advice
You can contact the study advisors as a prospective student in (special needs)pedagogy or educational sciences, as a student in (special needs)pedagogy or educational sciences, or as a former student in (special needs)pedagogy or educational sciences.
You can ask the study advisors all your questions about the study of (special needs)pedagogy and educational sciences, for example about:
- the content of the study
- the content and planning of your studies
- choices in your study
- questions about registrations
- rules and regulations within the study
- q uestions about following courses outside (special needs)pedagogy
- questions relating to studying abroad
- questions relating to professional prospects
- the application for your diploma
The study advisors will also monitor your study progress and, if necessary, invite you for a study progress interview. You can also contact them with more personal matters. All kinds of regulations have been put in place that can offer support in the form of time and money. In the event of (imminent) study delay, it is therefore advisable to contact one of the student advisors in time. They know who is the best person to turn to. Together we will then find the best solution for you.
The study advisors at Pedagogical Sciences and Educational Sciences are:
- Alette Arendshorst
- Marlies Roijakkers
- Hilde Koops
- Tekke Terpstra
Appointments and walk-in consultations
Make an appointment with a study advisor for pedagogical sciences, AOLB and educational sciences at the Education Desk via tel: 050 - 363 6301.
Visiting address: Nieuwenhuis building, Grote Rozenstraat 38, ground floor (rooms 16, 18, 20 and 21).
For short questions you can visit one of the walk-in consultation hours without an appointment:
Monday through Thursday from 10.00 - 11.00 hrs.
Take a seat in the corridor. You will be picked up.
Questions via e-mail
If you have any questions, you can also contact the student advisors by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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