Do you need advice about your study planning? Would you like to know how you can study more effectively? Or are you incurring a study completion delay? The study adviser will help you consider the different options that are available to help you.
If you have not passed all your courses, that often means you need to adjust your study plan. The study adviser can help you figure this out and advise you as to which courses can and cannot be combined. You can also turn to the study adviser for questions about taking additional courses or studying abroad.
During the Master's programme, different things are expected of you than during your undergraduate studies. For many students this means they need to change the way they go about their studies. The amount of material to be covered is greater and the pace is higher. In addition, you are expected to have a high level of independence, particularly during the run-up to graduation. There are fewer contact hours and more hours of independent study. For support with learning to study more effectively, you can get help from a number of different places within the University of Amsterdam:
If you have incurred a delay to your studies, you will probably need to make adjustments to your study plan. For advice on this, contact your study adviser. Please note the following: