report your exceptional personal circumstances

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Studying with Personal circumstances

There are several personal circumstances that complicate studying and affect your study progress. Delay in your first academic year has consequences for the Binding Recommandation. Contact the study advisor of your study programme about the feasibility of your chosen study programme.

If you are a prospective student with personal circumstances, please contact the study advisor of your chosen study programme in good time (within 3 months) before the start of the study programme. Disclosing your personal circumstances enables us to offer appropriate support within the limits of our abilities, taking into account your specific wishes. An introductory interview is one of the possibilities. For more information about 'studying with personal circumstances', please contact the diversity coordinator.

If you want to appeal for specific supportive facilities and regulations of the university it is necessary to report your personal circumstances. The "step-by-step-guide applying for facilities" explains how to apply for support and facilities.

Personal circumstances that can influence your study (progress):