Student counsellors can answer questions and provide guidance in situations involving regulations and legal provisions. All meetings with student counsellors are strictly confidential.
You can turn to a student counsellor with any questions or problems you might have concerning:
- Combining studying with top-level sport
- Studying with a disability
- Studying and pregnancy / studying with children
- Delays to your studies caused by personal circumstances
- Issues concerning binding study advice (BSA)
In cases of academic delay, first speak to your study adviser.
- Support in cases of complaints and conflict
Open consultation hours
For brief questions and advice you can drop by during open consultation hours on:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 15.30-16.30 hrs.
Due to the measures taken in the context of the corona virus, the agreements with student counselors do not take place at Student Center Plexus and the Beehive. You can indicate in the online appointment form whether you prefer an appointment by telephone or via Teams.
Questions by email
Short questions can also be sent by e-mail.
If you need more extensive advice or support, for example a formal statement or mediation, please make an appointment with a student counsellor.
You can make an appointment via the online appointment system.
Please note that in busy periods you may have to wait several weeks for an appointment.
Due to the measures taken in the context of the corona virus, the appointments with student counsellors do not take place at Student Center Plexus or the Beehive. You can indicate in the online appointment form whether you prefer an appointment by telephone or via Teams.