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What is your study programme?

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Last modified on 02-09-2022
Do you have a question or problem to solve? Here you can find contact details for education desks, offices and support staff at the UvA.
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What is your study programme?
  • Emergency number In the event of an emergency, call the UvA’s Central Control Room on the central emergency number: +31 (0)20 525 2222.
  • Lost itemsItems that have been handed in at one of the UvA’s reception desks or service points are registered as lost items on the iLost website, enabling you to search for your lost item. 
  • Central Student Service DeskThe Central Student Service Desk (CSSD) is your point of contact for general questions about studying at the UvA. For instance, about study choice, enrolment, tuition and studying abroad.
  • Education DeskThe Education Desk of your study programme can help with questions about your courses, timetables and grades. They can help you find the correct contact person within your study programme.
  • Service Desk ICT ServicesThe Service Desk ICT Services assists both students and staff members of the UvA with questions and issues pertaining to ICT.
  • Admissions OfficeThe Admission Office is responsible for processing the applications of new students at the UvA and the admission decision.
  • Faculty International OfficesExternal linkThe International Office can help you with questions about studying abroad and which courses to choose.
  • University LibraryThe Library is an inspiring meeting space, where you can study, collaborate and expand your network. A place to collect research information and data, make discoveries and develop your knowledge and skills.
  • Study adviserThe study adviser can help you with questions about your curriculum, your planning or personal circumstances that are affecting your studies.
  • Student counsellorsThe UvA student counsellors are available to support you in case of special circumstances that affect your study progress.
  • Student psychologistsAre you having mental health problems that are interfering with your studies? The UvA’s student psychologists offer various types of support to help you.
  • Contact a confidential adviserIf you are experiencing undesirable behaviour, you can contact any UvA confidential adviser no matter which faculty you are enrolled at.