What is your study programme?
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What is your study programme?

Student Services

Last modified on 13-01-2023 15:37
Student Services helps students with general questions about studying at the UvA. You can take training courses on study skills and career orientation, and join information sessions on studying abroad. There are also professionals available who can support you with study-related issues or personal circumstances that are causing a delay in your studies.
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What is your study programme?

Where can you ask questions? Student Services, the Education Desk and your Study Adviser are there to help you. Watch the video for more information (1:32 mins).

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  • 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.
  • 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 interfere with your studies? UvA’s psychologists offer various types of support, such as groups, workshops, training courses, or consultations.
  • UvA Student Careers CentreThe Student Careers Centre is here to help with your career development. You can contact us to discuss your options, ambitions and doubts at any time during your studies. Take part in one of our events, have your CV checked, get personal advice from a career adviser or read our online tips for shaping your career. You can make use of our services for up to a year after graduation.
  • General Practitioners Practice UvAVisit the UvA’s General Practitioners Practice to receive treatment from GPs with specific knowledge about student life.   
  • Training, workshops, information sessions and groupsThe UvA offers you workshops, training courses, information sessions and groups to study more effectively. You can also work on the skills you need after graduation.