Study advisor - study coordinator

For questions concerning your studies or for programme-specific problems, contact the study advisor & coordinator of your programme.

The study advisor/study co-ordinator of your programme is the person who knows most about the particular programme and is the person to approach if you have any questions.
 
You can ask the Study Adviser all your study-related questions, for instance, about:

  • the content and structure of the programme

  • course and examination regulations

  • study planning and approach

  • choosing a major/track

  • internships and optional courses

  • studying abroad

  • thesis-related problems

  • potential study delays

  • referrals to Psychological Counsellors, Student Counsellors and Career Advisers.
     

Make sure you ask him or her for help in good time if you are likely to incur a study delay. It is also important to let him or her know of any personal circumstances that might cause a delay in your study progress. The Study Advisers can also help you with other issues. Depending on the nature of the question, they will either give advice themselves or refer you to someone else, or contact another department of the organisation.

Archaeology
Study advisor Bachelor (Undergraduate Programme)
Study advisor Master (Graduate School)

Governance and Global Affairs 
Study advisor Governance and Global Affairs

Humanities  
Student Counsellors Humanities      
 
Law
Study advisors Law (in Dutch)
 
Medicine
Study advisor Biomedical Sciences
Study advisor Medicine

Science
Study advisors Science  (in Dutch)
  
Social and Behavioural Sciences
Study adviser Cultural Anthropology and Developmental Sociology
Study adviser Education and Child Studies
Political Science
Study adviser Psychology
Study adviser Public Administration (Bachelor (in Dutch) | Master)  

Last Modified: 28-11-2016