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Further assistance and help

If you experience difficulties, you will firstly need to contact your personal academic supervisor, the programme coordinator (Prof. Carla Rita Palmerino), or the study adviser (Dr. Willem van der Kuijlen). If the difficulties you are experiencing are not study-related, you can contact the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies' international office. Help is offered with regard to social, practical, financial and accommodation issues. Help is also offered at the university level. We wish to bring to your attention the following institutions:

Office of Student Counsellors

The Office of Student Counsellors is specialised in advising and stimulating students to solve their problems by looking for the right decisions. Needless to say, any conversation you might have with one of the counsellors is strictly confidential.

Student Counsellors' Office 
Opening hours: Mondays-Fridays: 10 AM - 5 PM
Tel.: +31 24 3612345
Fax: +31 24 3615547
E-mail: studentenbegeleiding@dsz.ru.nl

Psychologists' and Tutors' Office

Some problems can be of such nature that the members of the Office of Student Counsellors will advise you to turn to the Students' Psychologists for a solution, either with respect to personal problems that impair your studies, or with respect to specific psychological problems directly related to them, e.g., fear of examinations. You can also turn to the psychologists at your own discretion. If you feel an unpleasant psychological burden, our advise is not to wait too long! It is better to go in vain than to worsen your situation by not going. The tutor also organises sessions and courses to improve study skills, such as preparing for examinations, addressing groups, writing papers, etc. If you think you need to see a psychologist or a tutor, don't hesitate to call.

Psychologists' and Tutors' Office
Opening hours: Mondays-Fridays: 10 AM - 5 PM
Tel.: +31 24 3612345
Fax: +31 24 3615547
E-mail: balie@dsz.ru.nl

Grievances Office
Sexual or social harassment encompasses a whole range of behavioral patterns capable of spoiling your studies, ranging from nasty jokes and looks to threats or physical violence. If you think you have reason to complain, you should take action. The University Board has appointed a confidential agent for students who are confronted with sexual or social harassment. This person will listen to your complaint, give advice and, if necessary, help you to take action. Your discussion will be confidential, and action will only be taken if and when you give your permission. If no solution is found, an official complaint can eventually be submitted to the Complaints Commission of the University.

Person of trust for sexual or social harassment
Mrs. Drs. R. Stuut
Tel.: +31 24 3612345
E-mail: r.stuut@dsz.ru.nl