THE STUDent ADVISERs WELL-BEING are FOR all the students AT BMS.
At university you are expected to act independently and to look after your own affairs. Especially at the start of a new programme, there are many things that may not be self-evident. Next to new experiences at your study, the newly found independence outside of your studies can be overwhelming. It is common that you struggle to find a balance during this phase of your life. Therefore, the University of Twente devotes extra attention to student well-being. Next to extra help on a university level, each faculty has especially appointed student advisers well-being to help with factors that might influence your well-being. This can take the form of individual talks, support groups, leisure activities and more.
REASONS TO VISIT THE STUDent ADVISER WELL-BEING
Your first contact in the educational programme is with your study adviser. Every programme has its own study adviser, who knows everything about the educational programme. However, if you would like to talk somebody outside of your programme, for instance about personal matters that affect your study or personal life, the student advisers well-being are there for you. They are also available for help that requires multiple appointments, for example making and applying a planning, thesis support, or bridging the time for outside help.
Sometimes the study adviser of your own programme can redirect you to the student adviser well-being of BMS if this seems appropriate.
CONTACT THE STUDent ADVISER WELL-BEING
Even when in doubt about what to do, the student advisers well-being are always there to support you and lend a listening ear.
Next to personal conversations, the student advisers well-being also organize different study-related and leisure activities:
The university offers special web pages on the topic of well-being. If you encounter mental health problems or do you know someone who does? Check the student well-being pages or contact your study adviser for advise.
If you encounter any problems during your studies, need extra help in addition to the guidance provided by your study adviser, or if you just want help to develop yourself, the links below may offer extra support and help. Student Affairs Coaching & Counselling (SACC) is offering a range of professionals and services (such as student psychologists, career counselling, confidential advisors, and contact persons) who are independent and not linked to your programme. Be aware that by clicking these links, you will leave the programme’s website: you will be redirected to the page of SACC, UT Language Centre, or the Student Union.