The transition from high school to university demands a lot of prospective students. When you study with a chronic illness, mental issues or disability your challenges are even greater. The introduction programme “(un)restrained studying” 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 advisor of your educational programme, student counsellor, student psychologist and diversity coordinator.
- 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 introduction progamme and how you can participate, in the best possible way, with your personal circumstances.
- Information on specific support from outside institutions.
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If you want to be in touch with us about your personal circumstances before the start of your programme, please see the webpage studying with personal circumstances. Or contact Student affairs Coaching & Counselling. You will be brought into contact with your study adviser.
Prospective students with a chronic illness or (psychological) disability (other than dyslexia).
For more information about dyslexia see the website: studying with dyslexia.
You can bring a companion with you if you feel comfortable doing so.