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.
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Support for Astronomy students
The Astronomy education programme offers guidance and advice during your studies. The Astronomy study advisor is your central point of contact for this matter. Find out below where the study advisor can help. In addition, Leiden University offers extensive support. For a full overview of available services, follow the menu link on Guidance and Advice.
Help with problems
Do you encounter problems or delays during your studies? The study advisor can help you, if necessary in consultation with the student counselor or other support services. All conversations with the study advisor are confidential and in accordance with the code of conduct of the national association of study advisors (in Dutch).
If any difficulties arise or if you fall behind, contact the study advisor as soon as possible. The study advisor may also take the initative to contact you if there is reason to do so. It is important to always contact someone in case of problems, if only for the binding study advice (BSA) or Dutch student finance.
As a student, you are encouraged to make an appointment with the study advisor at any time to talk about your personal circumstances. By the advice of the study advisor, but also at your own initiative, you can contact various student facilities, such as psychologists, deans, general study assistance, etc.
In the first year, the study advisor will guide you in accordance with the Leiden Study System:
Introductory meeting: At the start of the academic year you will have an introductory meeting with the Astronomy study advisor. You will automatically receive an invitation for this.
End of October: The results of the first tests and the course of the experimental work will be evaluated. If necessary, the Astronomy study advisor will invite you for a personal meeting.
Progress advice: By the end of January and half of June (optional), the Astronomy study advisor will give formal progress advice based on your study results in accordance with the binding study advice (BSA). Students with a negative or doubtful advice will be invited for a personal meeting.
Send an e-mail
For short and simple questions or problems, please contact the study advisor by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more complex issues, make an appointment through the online appointment system below.
Make an appointment
For detailed questions or complex problems, use the system below to plan an appointment or phone call with the Astronomy study advisor. This system is only intended for students. The maximal duration of an appointment is 30 minutes. When you have an appointment, please seat yourself opposite of the study advisor's office at the appointed time. The study advisor will pick you up there. Short and simple questions don't require an appointment but can be asked by e-mail via email@example.com.
Attention! If you have a very urgent problem and/or the times available in the appointment system don't suit you, send an e-mail to make a separate appointment.
Online appointment system Astronomy study advisor
The online appointment system is only intended for students. Are you a prospective student or a colleague? Please contact the Astronomy study advisor through firstname.lastname@example.org.