Your Study Advisors are Nyncke Kramer, Maaike Wouda and Ivana Cerovecki.

What does a study advisor do?

Study advisors have the specific role of helping you whenever possible, to prevent and/or find solutions to problems relating to your study and stay in Utrecht, such as personal problems, illness, problems with study skills or if you are falling behind. Study advisors work in the Faculty and therefore have excellent insight into the possibilities and problems of studying in your particular discipline. Furthermore, they have good contacts with the lecturers in the Faculty and can therefore act as a link between teaching staff and students. You can find further details here.



+31 (0)30 253 6680
Muntstraat 2a, room 0.10

Telephone office hours (+31 30 253 6680)

  • Monday 10.00 - 11.00 (Luuk Dijkstra)
  • Tuesday 10.00 - 11.00 (Luuk Dijkstra, Nyncke Kramer or Maaike Wouda)
  • Wednesday 10.00 - 11.00 (Nyncke Kramer)
  • Thursday 10.00 - 11.00 (Maaike Wouda)

Walk-in office hours (at Muntstraat 2a)

  • Monday 11.00 - 12.00 (Luuk Dijkstra, room 0.10)
  • Tuesday 11.00 - 12.00 (Luuk Dijkstra, Nyncke Kramer or Maaike Wouda, room 0.08, 0.09 or 0.10)
  • Wednesday 11.00 - 12.00 (Nyncke Kramer, room 0.09) 
  • Thursday 11.00 - 12.00 (Maaike Wouda, room 0.08)

Consultation by appointment

If you need more time, 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 programme and student number in the subject line. We will generally answer your email within 4-5 working days.

Who to go to?

  • Specific or complex questions > your own Study Advisor.
  • General questions or urgent issues > any of the office hours
  • A more elaborate consult (max. 30 minutes) > make an appointment via the Student Desk Humanities or via the telephone office hours