Your child will start studying soon. It marks the start of a new phase, for you as a parent as well.
When deciding on their studies, study seekers most often consult their parents. So how can you discover together where his or her interests lie and which study programmes match these interests? We’ve collected some useful advice for you in the pdf 'Help, my child has to choose a degree!' With this, you can help your child find his or her way in this new, exciting and sometimes difficult process.
The pdf on finances will give you all the ins and outs of the costs of your child’s studies and you can find out more about trends in the international job market in the pdf on job and career opportunities. Download these useful tips for you as a parent.
When your child starts studying at UT, the study adviser is his or her first contact person. The study adviser monitors and assesses your child’s study progress. If the study programme turns out to be too difficult or challenging, there are still possible alternatives: a different study approach, or maybe another study programme or type of education.
Do personal circumstances such as illness, psychological problems or a disability hinder the study progress of your child? The Student Affairs, Coaching en Counseling (SACC) team can help to find a suitable form of support. For example, in case of gloom, homesickness, problems with a relationship or fellow student, your child can meet with a student psychologist free of charge. With help of the psychologist, students can also learn to hone their study skills.