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Study advisers - CS

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.

Do you have questions about: 

  • personal problems;
  • study planning;
  • study delay;
  • electives;
  • studying abroad;
  • possibilities after your Bachelor's;
  • Honours;
  • late registration;
  • complaints procedures?

Then a study adviser can think along with you, provide you with advice or answer your questions. 

Joyce, Marie, Boy, Sara-Jane, Loes, Sanne, Laurian and Lena

Who are they? 

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:

  • Sanne Dobber (study abroad)
  • Marie Hoogstraten
  • Joyce Helsloot
  • Laurian Meester (Honours Programme and study abroad)
  • Julia Brand (Research Master's)
  • Lena Kublenz-Gabriel
  • Loes van Bekkum
  • Boy Hennevelt
  • Schedule

    From 6 September 2021 onwards:

    From 6 September 2021 onwards there will be physical walk-in hours again on every working day from 10.00 – 12.00 hours. You cannot make an appointment for these walk-in hours. You can make an appointment for the consultation hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 14.00 – 16.00 hours. These consultation hours are meant for more extensive personal questions or questions about certain themes (see the schedule below).

    On Tuesday afternoon 14.00 – 16.00 hours and Friday morning 10.00 – 12.00 hours there is limited space for telephone appointments.

    Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    10.00-12.00: Physical walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's 10.00-12.00: Physical walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's 10.00-12.00: Physical walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's 10.00-12.00: Physical walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's 10.00-12.00: Physical walk-in hours Bachelor's & Master's; telephone appointments (limited space!)
      14.00-16.00: Personal circumstances & Research Master's; telephone appointments (limited space!) 14.00-16.00: Personal circumstances & Admissions 14.00-16.00: Personal circumstances, Honours Programme & Exchange  

     

  • Contact CS study advisers

    Email

    Send us an email in case of short, simple questions. You can reach us via studyadviser-cs@uva.nl. 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.

    Physical walk-in hours/appointments

    From 6 September 2021 onwards there will be physical walk-in hours again on every working day from 10.00 – 12.00 hours. You cannot make an appointment for these walk-in hours. You can make an appointment for the consultation hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 14.00 – 16.00 hours. These consultation hours are meant for more extensive personal questions or questions about certain themes (see the schedule above). You can make an appointment via the Education Desk through the following telephone number: (+31) 020 525 3003 (on working days between 9.00 – 17.00 hours).

    Telephone appointment

    From 6 September 2021 there is limited space for telephone appointments on Tuesday afternoon 14.00 – 16.00 hours and Friday morning 10.00 – 12.00 hours. Make an appointment in advance via the Education Desk through the following telephone number: (+31) 020 525 3003 (on working days between 9.00 – 17.00 hours).

    Other questions

    • For questions about (course) enrolment, official documents, course information, time schedules, graduation, please contact the Education Desk Communication Science.
    • For questions about application, admissions and housing, please contact admissions officer Mr. Boy Hennevelt MSc through admissions-cs@uva.nl.
    • For questions about search strategies (topic/key concepts/search terms) and tools (Web of Science, PsycINFO, LexisNexis, Refworks) to use when looking for scholarly literature, please e-mail Mr. drs. S. (Stefano) Giani: S.giani@uva.nl.