Your study adviser can provide guidance when it comes to personal issues, such as personalisation options within the study programme and hick-ups you might encounter while studying. If they can't help you themselves, they will refer you to the right people.
The study advisers have a good overview of the study possibilities within the study programmes and can mediate between students and teachers.
You can consult the study adviser for tailored advise on:
Study planning, Study progress/delay, Choosing a programme/track, Personal problems , Arrangements for students with special needs, Reporting delay to appeal for Graduation Fund, Trust issues, Career advise and a First port of call for complaints and exemptions.
From 1 February 2021 onwards the study advisers of the Bachelor's (College of Communication) and Master's (Graduate School of Communication) will be one team. The study advisers are:
Please be so kind as to include your UvAnetID in your email.
In some cases the study advisers will invite you to (phone) appointment, because they would like to the discuss the topic of your email in person.
Due to the coronavirus we do not have face-to-face walk-in hours anymore. If you like to speak to one of the study advisers, please make a telephone appointment in advance via the Education Desk (0031 (0)20 525 3003). Telephone appointment take place during the times and days listed in the schedule below.
|10.00-12.00: Walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's||10.00-12.00: Walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's||10.00-12.00: Walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's||10.00-12.00: Walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's||10.00-12.00: Walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's|
|14.00-16.00: Personal circumstances & Research Master's||14.00-16.00: Personal circumstances & Admissions||14.00-16.00: Personal circumstances, Honours Programme & Exchange|
Send us an e-mail in case of short, simple questions. Always mention your student number. We aim to reply within 1-5 working days. It is not possible to set an appointment by e-mail, please email the Education Desk in order to do this.
In case of longer questions and personal circumstances, please set an appointment via the Education Desk.
Because of the coronavirus, you can only make an appointment to speak the study adviser by phone.