Student life comes with its challenges. Whether you are facing challenges concerning finances, health or your studies, explore the available support and seek guidance.
Our support structure is designed to assist you on various fronts. From study advisors to financial aid counsellors, a network of professionals is ready to help.
Your first contact in the educational programme is your study adviser. You can turn to the study adviser with questions about your study, study plan and study progress. Some educational programmes also have tutors or mentors for tutoring. A meeting about non-educational related problems is also possible. For instance, about motivation, doubts and study delays due to personal circumstances.
Do you have questions about where to turn to for help or support? Below you will find a guide to student well-being support.
At UT, we have teams with professionals ready to support you.
OTHER SUPPORT OPTIONS
If you prefer to talk to a fellow student, we have the Confidential Contact Persons (CCP) to support you.
But, we can also help you in other ways! We also offer courses (free of charge) that can support or help you in your specific situation.
Benefit from clear guidelines, like the binding study recommendation, to stay on course. Navigate the modern migration law and explore financial support resources when you face (unexpected) personal challenges.
Everyone may struggle with challenges in their life from time to time, affecting one’s well-being or (mental) health. On our Student Well-being Canvas Platform you can find practical tips and advice about how to cope with these feelings in a healthy way.
WHAT DOES WELL-BEING MEAN TO YOU?
For everyone, a sense of well-being means something different. Watch the video and see how your fellow students think about well-being and healthy student life. They share their thoughts and bring up helpful tips.
If you are struggling with an urgent issue and you feel like you can not wait for an appointment, these are your options: