study advisers

The Creative Technology program has two study advisors who can answer all your study-related questions.

The study advisers for Creative Technology are:

Study adviser
Amaal Shamari
Present: Monday till Thursday

Room: Zilverling 1030

Phone: 053 4891984


Study Adviser
Thea de Kluijver
Present: Monday till Thursday

Room: Zilverling 1003

Phone: 053 489 3697 


Make an appointment

You can make an appointment for a meeting with the study advisor via our online appointment system 'Planself". Such a meeting usually lasts half an hour, but if there is a lot to discuss, you can also schedule an appointment for an hour. To schedule a meeting for 15 minutes is also possible.

You choose the type of appointment via the system. There are differences in the duration of an appointment and the form (MS Teams or on location. The Covid developments and - rules are leading at this moment). Then you can see which options are available and choose a date and time. The study advisor will confirm the appointment.

Below you can schedule an appointment:
Make an appointment

  • Drop-in hour

    For short questions you can also make use of the 'Drop-In Hour': Every Thursday between 12.30 and 13.30 hrs. via MS Teams or on location. The Covid developments and - rules are leading at this moment.

  • Confidentiality

    Everything you discuss with the study adviser is confidential. Only on indication and after your approval it is possible to share some information with third parties. The study adviser works within the code of the National Association of Study Advisors (LVSA).

    All contacts between the student and the Study Adviser are reported in OSIRIS, the student information system. These reports are confidential but can be accessed by the student.

  • When to contact the study adviser?

    At the university, you are expected to be independent and to regulate many things yourself. Especially when you are just starting, not everything is obvious. It may take some time before you find your way and sometimes help can be useful or even necessary. During your studies or as preparation for your carrier you can also encounter issues you can discuss with your study adviser.

    The study adviser provides information and advice about:

    • Personal circumstances
    • Courses and workshops
    • Binding study advice
    • MoMi
    • Study skills
    • Dealing with performance anxiety
    • Planning
    • Career guidance, doubt about study, stopping or changing study
    • Studying with a disability or chronic illness
    • Top performance
    • Request to the Examination Board
    • Facilities like extra time for exams
    • Complaints
    • Request individual adjustments
  • What can I ask the study adviser?

    You can go to the study adviser if you have any questions about the study, studying, or about private matters that affect your studies, for example:

    • Preparation of a study plan. For one or more academic year(s)
    • I did not pass a module. What can be the consequences?
    • Due to problems at home I cannot concentrate. What can I do?
    • Studying the program is very easy. Can I do extra things?
    • I would like to do a ‘board year’. How can I combine this with my studies?
    • Did I choose the right study program?
    • Can I make a change in study program?
    • In secondary school, things did go smoothly. Now I face challenges and problems. What can I do? What is the reason I failed some elements?
    • I know I can do it, but it doesn’t work out the way I want. Can you help me to learn to study in a better way?
    • I am a professional athlete. What arrangements and facilities are there for me?
    • I have trouble studying because of dyslexia.
    • Can you help me with the combination of my disability and to study this academic program?
    • I'd like to request an exception to the rules, how do I do that?

    A conversation with your study adviser is usually a good first step. When necessary, the study adviser can refer to persons or departments within or outside the university, as the student psychologists and deans of students, tutors, study advisers from other programs, etc. 


SACC can help you with general questions about your rights as a student, personal circumstances, or Dutch study finance. They also can support you with mental health problems by referring you to their (free!) psychologists and providing group sessions on several topics. More information can be found here:

Student Affairs Coaching & Counselling

Room: Vrijhof, VR311 (The Red Desk)

Phone: +3153 489 2035 

In cases of emergency please contact your own doctor or the doctor on-campus (+31 53 203 0204)