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About the Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts offers 10 bachelor's and 12 master's degree programs in the fields of art, culture, history, communication and language. The faculty is located in the Erasmus Building, the tallest building in Nijmegen.
During your studies at the Faculty of Arts you can make use of all the services offered by the Faculty. Your first point of contact is the Student Information Point (STIP Letteren) for all your questions.
We are also happy to help you on your way next to and after your studies. For example, International Office Arts can help you broaden your horizons with a study or internship abroad, and Career Service Arts offers you professional preparation for the labor market.
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Where to go with your question or problem?
Student Information Point (STIP)
The Student Information Point is the first point of contact for students of the Faculty of Arts. They can be contacted via phone or email, or via the chat below. The main page and the menu above contain even more information for students. The staff members at STIP can also help you with questions and problems concerning course and exam registration, scheduling problems and can refer you to the right person.
The study advisor of your programme knows all the ins and outs of your study programme and can give you advice concerning important decisions and problems that may occur during your studies. The study advisor can also help you in case of special circumstances or if you need extra tutoring or counseling during your studies. The study advisor is a confidential advisor.
Central Student Desk
For questions about your enrolment as a student you can contact the Central Student Desk, located at Houtlaan 4, Nijmegen. Currently the Central Student Desk can be reached by phone via +31 (0)24-3612345 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.