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Student Welfare advisors

We support and enhance your study skills and wellbeing, and help you to complete your studies successfully and in a healthy way. Together with the Counsellor's Office we form the Team Student Welfare.

You can contact us for specific support in the form of workshops, meetings, electives and individual advice. We offer a network of professionals and experienced peer coaches to provide you with inspiration, advice and support.

If you run into problems, we are here to offer help and give advice on different issues in different ways. Maybe you have a personal problem, or difficulty at home, have financial problems or health problems? Maybe you have difficulty planning time or are studying with a disability such as dyslexia, AD(H)D, ASD (autism spectrum disorder) or have a chronic illness?

In addition, we also offer specific support in the field of studying parents, studying informal carers, studying with a disability, Caribbean students, LGBTI+ students, and studying asylum permit holders.

Wanted: Peercoach planning and study skills Student Welfare Department

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for one or two peer coaches who want to guide their fellow students. Most students will come for guidance with study skills like: planning, prioritize, motivation, structure, summarize, concentration etc.

The guidance is offered online and offline. This gives you a lot of freedom in planning your time.

Follow this link for more information.

Want to know more?

The designated advisor for international students is Linn Sch├Ânherr. You can contact her via email to make an appointment if you could use some help with study skills or your well-being in general (like homesickness). She can also match you to a peer coach, a fellow international student who has had similar experiences as you.

You can also send an e-mail to