Study advice and guidance
If you have any questions about or problems with your study programme, you may consult the student counsellor for the Master's in International and European Law: Petra Bouman.
The telephone consulting hours are meant for relatively simple queries and you don't need to make an appointment. You can also use the telephone consulting hours for urgent queries.
For all other matters, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telephone consulting hours study advisor
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 am to 12 noon, telephone number 024-3612307
Need more time?
If you feel that you need more time to discuss matters which are more complicated or problems of a more personal nature, you can request a Zoom consultation of 15 or 30 minutes by email to email@example.com.
The interviews you have with the study advisor are confidential. For that reason, any notes the study advisor makes in Osiris as a result of a consultation can only be viewed by the student and the faculty’s study advisors. And the study advisors will only view those notes for the purpose of further advising the student. Occasionally, the central student counsellors or university counselling service will be given access to a note, for example in the case of registering a study delay due to personal circumstances. That only takes place with the student's consent.
Personal information from the consultations will not be shared with teaching staff, other university colleagues or third parties, except with the explicit consent of the student. Only in the extremely rare event that the study advisor has a well-founded fear for the safety of the student or others, will they take the initiative of acting on the basis of the confidential information. In such a case, the study advisor will consult with a member of the Faculty Board before taking action.