First, contact the study adviser of your educational programme if you have questions. Refer to the student counsellor if you need information and independent advice on topics related to your studies and personal situation.
The student counsellor has expertise in the areas of:
- Legal position
- Appeal procedures
- Study delay
- Study finance
- Financial problems
- Study switch
- Personal circumstances
The student counsellors work university-wide and independent. The conversations are confidential.
In case of unacceptable behaviour, the confidential counsellor acts independently from the employer and functions as a sounding board and intermediary. The confidential counsellor will not judge nor make any decisions.
The counsellor can advise you, with or without the aid of a third party, or can mediate between the conflicting parties. The strictest confidentiality will be maintained.
Our office is open, but from a distance !!
We are available by phone during office hours. The already scheduled appointments with a student counsellor will continue as usual, but not physically. You will be informed about this by email.
If you don't have an appointment yet, but you would like one, call our office! These appointments will also take place via telephone or Skype, this will be discussed during the making of the appointment. Due to the Coronavirus situation, our office will remain physically closed until further notice.
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- Mrs. Carla Bruynel, diversity coordinator, disability advisory service, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mrs. Caroline van Dijken LL.M., head SACC, email@example.com
- Mrs. Lucelle Dankbaar M.A., firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mrs. Anne-Marie Hoogland, email@example.com
- Mrs. Minke Klomp MSC, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mrs. Hemo Oumenad M.A., career counsellor, email@example.com