Your study adviser or coordinator is an expert on all aspects of your study programme, for example exam regulations, planning, academic issues, study delay etc.
Every study programme has a study adviser. If you are falling behind in your studies you must inform your study adviser right away. It is also wise to let your study adviser know as soon as possible if personal circumstances are threatening to have a negative impact on your studies.
Contact the study advisor
For bachelor's students
For master's students
The study advisors can help you with:
- (complex) study planning
- choosing a study programme or specialisation
- thesis problems
- internships and electives
- studying abroad
- impending study delay
- study planning and approaches
- referral to student psychologists and/or counsellors
- information about exemptions and special requests
- requesting extra time or facilities for exams, under certain circumstances
- study skill problems
You can request a meeting with a study advisor in case of these and many other problems and questions. Depending on the nature of your question they will give you personal advice, refer you to the right people, or contact other departments within Leiden University.