Your Study Advisor is Monique van Ruyven. You may contact her in case you have specific or complex questions about your programme. For general questions or urgent issues, you can also visit the office hours of Harriet Luijendijk or Corine den Hamer. For a more elaborate consultation (with a maximum of 30 minutes), please make an appointment with your study advisor through the Student Desk Humanities
+31 (0)30 253 2440
Trans 10, room 1.25 / 1.26A / 1.26B
studieadviesTLC.firstname.lastname@example.org (stating your study programme and student number)
Telephone office hours (030 - 253 2440)
- Monday 10.00 - 11.00 (Corine den Hamer or Harriët Luijendijk)
- Tuesday10.00 - 11.00 (Monique van Ruyven)
- Wednesday 10.00 - 11.00 (Corine den Hamer)
- Thursday 10.00 - 11.00 (Harriet Luijendijk)
Walk-in office hours
- Monday 11.00 - 12.00 (Corine den Hamer or Harriët Luijendijk)
- Tuesday 11.00 - 12.00 (Monique van Ruyven, Trans 10 1.26A)
- Wednesday 11.00 - 12.00 (Corine den Hamer, Trans 10 1.26B)
- Thursday 11.00 - 12.00 (Harriet Luijendijk, Trans 10 1.25)
- Friday 11.00 - 12.00 (Monique van Ruyven, Janskerkhof 13, room 0.12)
Consultation by appointment
In case you need more time than is available during the office hours, you can make an appointment (max. 30 minutes) via the Student Desk Humanities or via the telephone office hours. Please bring a print of your Study Progress Review or dossier overview from OSIRIS and a study plan.
We prefer personal contact to email. If you do send an email, always mention your study programme and student number in the subject line. The Study Advisor will generally answer your email within 4-5 working days.
What does a study advisor do?
Your Study Advisor can help you with questions about the more formal aspects of planning and putting together your degree programme and your study progress or lack thereof. You may consult a Study Advisor for counselling and advice regarding:
- exam requirements and complex curriculum planning
- the graduation process
- applications for exemptions
- attending courses at other universities (in the Netherlands or abroad)
- tuition, scholarships and grants or financial assistance
- studying with a handicap or disability
- ending your studies and termination of enrollment
- problems studying (such as a lack of motivation, conflicts with lecturers or other UU employees, personal circumstances that could impede the progress of your studies)
- study delay due to special personal circumstances (such as illness for example)
If you think you are falling behind in your studies, please contact your Study Advisor as soon as possible.