The programme mentor is appointed by the Examination Board to advise students in their choices, and with the power to grant the approval of their course programme.
Students can contact the programme mentor anytime to get advice on courses to take, internships, research topics or research assignments. The programme mentor for the master’s programme Embedded Systems is:
The Office of Educational Affairs (also known as BOZ) administratively supports all educational processes. For this master programme the contact person is:
A study adviser can be contacted with questions about regulations within the faculty or university; study related issues or private matters that are of influence on study and/or well-being. It is possible to schedule an appointment online using this link: https://ewi.planner.utwente.nl. Using this online form you can look up the availability of your study advisor and book an available timeslot that suits your schedule.
Being disabled, following an educational programme is not always easy. However, the UT makes a serious effort to enable the disabled to study. Physically or sensory disabled students or dyslexic students are given the opportunity to take examinations in a way that is tailored to the requirements of their personal disabilities as much as possible.
Students who fall under this regulation have been brought to the attention of S&O/BOZ and the EEMCS lecturers concerned through a letter of the study advisor.
In general, being disabled, it may be wise to talk to the UT student counsellors and the study advisor of the faculty before the start your study programme. This may prevent any disappointments.