Study and supervision
Our academic advisors provide more detailed information about our programmes and give advice to prospective students, students who are enrolled in one of our programmes, and alumni.
You can turn to them with questions about
- the programme itself
- study planning
- choosing courses/minors
- rules and regulations that apply to a programme
- following courses at other faculties
- studying abroad
The academic advisors also monitor your study progress and will invite you talk about your progress, if necessary. It is important to realize that you can turn to your academic advisors in case of personal problems that affect your study performance, as there are a number of rules and funds that can help you getting through difficult times. However, it is crucial to inform the academic advisors on time, such that appropriate measures can be taken and the best advice can be provided.
Psychology has several study advisors:
- Iris de Boer
- Lex Jurna
- Libbe Kooistra
- Femke Munniksma
- Sietske Weide
Do not hesitate to make an appointment with your academic advisor. You can arrange for a meeting by phone (+31-(0)50-363 6301, student service desk) or at the Student Service Desk, first floor Heymans building.
In case of short questions (that will require about 5-10 minutes of the advisor's time), you can come to the walk-in contact hours, every working day from 11.00-12.00 hrs or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find the academic advisors on the first floor of the Heymans building (behind the Student Service Desk).
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