We offer material to get you started by yourself. If you want more support, you can follow a training in a large or small group or make an appointment for individual study coaching. More details about the range of services of the study coaches can be found on Blackboard. Or contact STIP!
If you prefer to work autonomously and at your own pace, you can use the workbooks (in Dutch) of the study coaches or the digital platform 'Studying without Worries'. You can request additional support from a study coach at any time. I-study or LEMO allow you to test your study skills and study motivation online and provide useful tips, tailored to your personal challenges. For LEMO: contact STIP to receive a username and password. Both tests are only available in Dutch.
Would you rather receive help in person? In small groups of students, the study coaches organize tips & tricks sessions and workshops on various themes, both online and on campus (only in Dutch): studying & planning, procrastination, stress, fear of failure, major selection or speaking in front of a group. Tips & tricks are single sessions that are mainly aimed at providing information. Workshops, on the other hand, take place in a small group, are more interactive and, in addition to informing, mainly focus on strengthening your skills. More details about the tips & tricks sessions and the workshops can be found on Blackboard. Or contact STIP!
Do you have a specific question that requires a customized approach? Take part in group coaching! You will work on your specific questions about study skills and planning in a small group of students, guided by a study coach. Exceptionally, individual coaching is also possible, both online and on campus, to gain insight into what you are running into, to develop study skills or to work towards personal change. One session takes about 45 minutes. The number of sessions is not fixed in advance, but many students can continue on their own again after a few times. More details about the group coaching and individual coaching can be found on Blackboard. Or contact STIP!