Below you can find the contact information for your study advisor. You can make an appointment online for a 15 minute meeting. If you think you need more time you can make a double appointment.
- Bachelor in Arts and Culture studies
- Bachelor in Comparative European History
- Bachelor in English Language and Culture
- Bachelor in International Business Communication
- (pre-)Master in Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean Worlds
- (pre-)Master in Arts and Culture
- (pre-)Master in Linguistics
- (pre-)Master in Transatlantic Studies
- Research Master in Linguistics and Communication Sciences
- Research Master in Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies
Function of the study advisor
Every department has a study advisor who can give information about the study programme and help students make difficult decisions during their studies. The study advisor is a confidential advisor.
The study advisor can help you with the following issues:
- The structure of your studies; how the study programme is organised.
- Choosing an alternative study programme; if you do not like what you are doing at the moment.
- Choosing minor courses.
- Planning the rest of your studies; for instance, going abroad.
- Study problems such as exam stress, academic skills or motivation.
- A delay in your studies caused by illness or other special circumstances.
- Choosing a master’s.
- Looking into the job market at the end of your studies.
If the study advisor cannot offer you the help you need, he or she can refer you to the student counsellor, another study advisor, a career advisor, a student psychologist or a student coach.
For more information about who you can approach with your questions, download the flowchart (pdf, 561 kB).