Study programme counselling
The study programme counsellor will answer these and other questions:
- How many credits can / must I take?
- Which subjects can I choose?
- What are the deadlines for applying for and finalising my study programme?
- How do the course sequence prerequisites work and are there any exceptions?
- Can I study part-time?
- How do I request exemptions? (in Dutch)
- How is my study progress checked and how do I deal with decisions about it?
- What is the 10% rule when you fail a module and how is it applied?
- What is the learning account and why is it important?
- What should I do if I have doubts about the course I have chosen?
In addition, the study programme counsellor acts as a mediator between you and the Study Programme Commission. For example, if you want to apply for a study programme which deviates from the normal rules, the study programme counsellor will submit your request to the Study Programme Commission.
Under certain circumstances, you can turn to the Study Advice and Student Counselling Service to request special facilities during your studies and/or exams:
- disability (physical disability, chronic disease, learning disability, concentration problems et cetera)
- elite athletes or artists
Combining work and studies
If you want to combine a job with your studies, please contact the Centre for Work and Studies.