The study advisers can provide guidance when it comes to personal issues, study planning, trust issues, special needs and hick-ups you might encounter while studying. If they can't help you themselves, they will refer you to the right people.
From 1 February 2021 we have one study adviser team for both the Bachelor's (College of Communication) and Master's programme (Graduate School of Communication).
The study adivsers are:
|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. You can reach us via firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
You can make a telephone appointment by calling the Education Desk on 0031 (0)20 525 3003.
Important: Due to the coronavirus we do not have a face-to-face walk in hours. 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). The schedule for telephone appointments can be found above.
Joint programme Journalism, Media and Globalisation