It can be difficult sometimes to navigate a huge organisation like Utrecht University. This is why there are numerous people you can go to for supervision and advice.
Lecturers are the first people for you to contact if you have questions or uncertainties about a course.
- Your tutor
During orientation, all first-year students are assigned a lecturer as their tutor who will act as your personal supervisor whilst you pursue your Bachelor's degree programme. You discuss your academic progress and other issues related to studying itself with your tutor. You can always schedule additional meetings with your tutor if you feel the need for more.
- Study Advisor
The Study Advisor is a confidential advisor and acts as a mediator between students and lecturers. He or she can help you with problems involving academic motivation, delays, exemptions, absence from exams, studying abroad, a plan of study that does not follow the conventional routes etc.
- Student Information Desk Humanities
You can turn to the Student Information Desk for study-related questions and information about practical matters involving education.
- Student Services
You can contact Student Service for information about studying at Utrecht University in general, such as information about your enrolment, tuition fees, student grants, accommodation, administrative grants and Studielink.
- ICT helpdesk ITS
Questions about IT • printing and copying • Solis ID
Educating & challenging yourself
- International Office Humanities
Studying abroad • Erasmus grants • choosing a university abroad • exchange forms
- Internship coordinator
Finding an internshoip • finding an internship supervisor
- Career Services
Career planning • career training • assessments of your application letter • individual career consultation • workshops and activities • CV check
- Skills Lab
Workshops on improving your academic skills • writing skills training courses • learing how to study/research/communicate more effectively study
- Wellbeing trainers Humanities
Workshops in dealing with performance pressure, learning to study, making choices, setting priorities and graduation.
- Student Psychologist
A student psychologist can help you resolve personal and study-related problems that can interfere with your academic progress.
- Studying with a disability
In case you have a chronic condition that may prevent you from attending lecturtes, there are various provisions, facilities and support services that you can use.