Statistics support

You can now take advantage of free statistics support. For example, participate in a statistics day or sign up for individual statistics support. it does not matter what you study or in what year you are!

Statistics days

During a statistics day, you will work independently on your statistics assignments or thesis and can ask questions to the tutors present. 

  • The statistic days in semester 3 will take place on April 24 and in semester 4 on May 15 and 29 and June 12 and 26! You can sign up for certain timeslots (more information on this can be found below).
  • Location: University Library at Utrecht Science Park.
  • Participation is free of charge.

Important - You will receive a confirmation email with extra steps you need to take to register for the statistics days. If you don't follow these steps, your registration will not be complete

Sign up here for the statistics days!

Individual statistics support

Individual statistics support can help you to:  

  • think about the methodology and the statistical functions you will use in your research;
  • look at how you can apply the tests and calculations;
  • review the results of your research;
  • to interpret the results in the light of your research question.
Sign up here for the individual statistics support

Collaboration

This guidance is funded by the NPOStudiemeesters staff will provide the support.

Book a tutoring session

The Skills Lab offers free writing tutoring and study coaching. You can discuss your academic writing assignment and/or any questions you have about studying with a trained student! 

Writing tutoring
Study coaching

Thesis support newsletter

Do you want to be kept informed about support for thesis writers? Then sign up for our thesis support newsletter and receive an email up to 6 times per academic year.

Subscribe to the thesis support newsletter

Contact Skills Lab

  • Mail to skillslab@uu.nl or call +3130 253 630
  • University Library Utrecht Science Park | Room 2.45
  • Heidelberglaan 3, 3584 CS Utrecht