An informative day about studying with a disability for future students and their parents.
The transition from high school to the university demands a lot of prospective students. When you study with a chronic illness or (psychological) disability your challenges are even greater. The introduction program “studying with a disability” prepares you for a good start at our university. This programme offers starting students and parents specific information about studying with a disability or chronic illness.
- To get acquainted with the several study counsellors you encountered during your studies: study adviser of your educational programme, student counsellor, psychologist and diversity co-ordinator.
- Finding your way in the practical affairs of guidance and support.
- Clarity on whom to contact for specific questions and facilities.
- Practical experience of a student.
- Information about the Kick-In and how you can participate in the introduction programme as well as possible with your personal circumstances.
- Information on specific support from outside institutions.
After lunch, students will be speed dating with study counsellors and students. For parents, there is a separate meeting 'balance between coaching and letting go' with a counselling psychologist.
In August 2019, before the Kick-In (introductory period)
- Prospective students with a chronic illness or (psychological) disability (other than dyslexia). For more information about dyslexia see the website: studying with dyslexia.
- Parents / coaches of prospective students
For the record: the official language of the programme is Dutch. If you do not master the Dutch language please contact the diversity coordinator for an individual appointment.