Are you worried about how to graduate? For example, do you have trouble getting yourself moving when you want to work on your thesis? Are you not sure what you can do to maintain a good study rhythm or are you worried, for example, that you will not be able to complete your internship?
Then come to the Intervision group "Support with graduating" on Thursday 19 March. Please bring a specific question, that we can talk over and discuss under the guidance of the trainers.
What is Intervision?
Intervision is a self-help method with which colleagues help each other to become better at their work. This usually happens in an intervision group. The members of the group meet on a voluntary and equivalent basis. Sometimes they are guided by a trainer. The participants deal with problems that arise in the workplace or while studying. This includes, for example, professional, 'technical' issues, but also problems related to personal functioning.
Examples of questions that you could take with you are:
- how do I start to write when I have read all the literature?
- how do I actually work on my thesis on a day on which I have planned to work on my thesis?
- How do I know if my supervisors are satisfied with my internship?
- how do I make sure I am satisfied after a day of writing or reading?
- How do I keep structure in my daily life when I write my thesis?
- How do I deal with my thesis supervisor?
After this meeting:
- you have new ideas, advice and plans about the process of graduating, writing your thesis or contact with your thesis/internship supervisor;
- you will experience that you are not the only one with graduation stress.
We will meet again with this group on 30 April and 11 June
Interested? Then sign up for this group by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org