Your study adviser or coordinator is an expert on all aspects of your study programme. If you have any questions or concerns about your programme, whether they be of a practical or academic nature, you can contact your study adviser.
Are you experiencing academic difficulties? Or are you falling behind in your studies due to personal circumstances? If so, it is essential that you speak to your study adviser/coordinator as soon as possible. He or she can advise you on the best course of action and, if required, assist you in dealing with academic delay.
You can also speak to your study adviser about a range of practical issues concerning your programme, such as:
- Planning your studies
- Schedule issues
- Choosing elective credits
- Requesting exemptions
- Advice on internship
What kind of information and advice can the study advisors give you?
The study advisers provide students with information and give advice/ guidance on study-related matters, such as:
- content and structure of the programme
- study and exam regulations
- study planning and progress
- elective courses
- choice of specialisation
- problems with thesis
- possibilities regarding studying with a disability
- (possible) delay in completing your studies due to personal circumstances
You can also contact the study adviser for other questions. Depending on the subject, the study advisers can give you personal advice, refer you to other relevant departments or will contact other departments within the university. Always come to the study adviser if you (expect to) fall behind with your studies!
You do not go to the study adviser when you…
- Have substantive questions about courses. Please go to the lecturer for this
- Have administrative questions (like about course enrolment, registration of grades, applying for your graduation etc.). Please contact the Education Services Centre (OSC) for this.
For all other questions you can initially contact the study adviser. However, this doesn’t mean that the study adviser can answer all your questions or will solve your problems. In many cases the study adviser needs to make enquiries, you’ll need other departments within (and outside) the university and you will also have to take some actions yourself. The study adviser can guide you through te process.
Consultation hours by telephone
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 09.30 – 10.30.
Telephone number: 070 -800 9950
Open office/consultation hours
Short questions max. 10 minutes, location: see contact block.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 11.00 – 12.00
- We recommend you to check on the website for any changes regarding the open office hours.
- Students should be present 15 minutes before the end of the consultation hour at the latest.
Cancelled consultation hours
- 19 en 22 April 2019
- 3 May 2019
- 6 May 2019
- 31 May 2019
- 10 June 2019
You can also e-mail your questions. Please mention: your student number, year of study, study programme and if applicable: track/ course title/ name (work group) teacher.Email
Making an appointment
You can make an appointment:
- if you need more than 10 minutes;
- if it concerns a sensitive subject;
- you can make an appointment from 4 weeks up to 3 hours before the appointment takes place. You will receive a confirmation e-mail of the appointment;
- please cancel your appointment in time if you cannot make it by using the special link in the confirmation e-mail.
Make an appointment through the online appointments system.Onlineafspraken.nl
Your study advisors
Ms. M.W. (Tineke) Choi MSc
Office days: Monday through Thursday.
Ms. C.M.L. (Charlotte) Rosalie MA
Office days: Tuesday through Friday.
Ms. Drs. J.A.D. (Jolanda) den Heijer
Office days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.
Cancelled consultation hours
3 October 2018
24, 26 and 28 December 2018
19 and 22 April 2019
31 May 2019
10 June 2019