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Where can I find student guidance and support?

Modified on Tue, 18 Oct 2022 at 01:26 PM

Student life has it challenges. We find it very important that you are able to focus on your study and manage all study-related matters that come with it. Troubles with planning your studies, concerns about the Binding Study Advice (BSA), or working hard but not getting the results you expected? The study adviser can give advice and help you improve your academic skills.


Personal circumstances can also be the cause of you not managing to achieve the best study results. Combining top sports with student life, illness, family circumstances, lack of concentration or functional impairments may all impact your academic life. Contacting the study advisers for counselling can help you. 

In short, the study advisers can advice you on:


  • Study planning, progress and delay
  • Study & learning methods
  • Personal circumstances (including top sports) that influence your studies
  • Functional impairments (for example dyslexia, AD(H)D, hearing impairment)
  • Changes in the curriculum
  • The Binding Study Advice (BSA)
  • Advice about requests to the Examination Board
  • Workshops and events
  • Study skills videos

Do you have questions for the study advisers? Please contact the Information Desk. 

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