Visit the Education Desk of the Faculty of Humanities, in either the P.C. Hoofthuis or BG2, for questions related to course registration, requesting transcripts and diplomas, (re-)enrolment, graduation, Canvas and SIS. Make sure you direct your questions to the correct Education Desk for your study programme.
The Central Student Service Desk (part of Student Services) is the first point of contact for general questions about studying at the UvA. You can go there with questions about your choice of study programme, enrolment, student grants and loans, living, accommodation, studying abroad and much more.
If you have questions about your study planning, have doubts about your study choice or have suffered a study delay due to illness or personal circumstances, you can visit the study adviser.
The Programme Committee is an advisory and consultative body at programme level. It is a platform where students can have a say in their study programme and can join lecturers in thinking of ways to improve the quality and content of teaching and education.
You may need to contact the Admissions and International Office Humanities about matters relating to an Erasmus exchange, applications to Master's or English-taught Bachelor's programmes or housing via the UvA (for international students).
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Consult the map for an overview of the Humanities buildings and their opening hours.
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) has numerous faculties, colleges and graduate schools. The activities are divided across a large number of locations in Amsterdam. Below you will find the most important addresses and contact details of the UvA.