Good health and wellbeing are not only crucial ingredients for a good and effective student life, they contribute to a rewarding professional life after your studies as well. Your daily life and the challenges that come with it influence this. It may all go well for you, but sometimes a helping hand can't hurt. That is why we offer you the opportunity to focus on the personal side of professional development in addition to the academic development you are going through. In that context, we offer various (group) activities to support your well-being.
Duration and Frequency: 5 Meetings of 1 hour
Data next group: The group takes place between 15.15 and 16.15 every time. We expect you to take part in every meeting. If you allready know you won't be able to join on one of the dates, please, contact us to find a solution together.
- Wednesday 6 October: Meeting 1, motivation and setting goals
- Wednesday 13 October: Meeting 2, procrastination and stress
- Wednesday 20 October: Meeting 3, values, choices and priorities
- Wednesday 27 October: Meeting 4, assertiveness
- Wednesday 17 November: Meeting 5, looking back and forward
Content: Do you find it difficult to motivate yourself to study (at home), do you feel like you lack structure in your daily life, do you procrastinate and do you want to get started working on this?
In each of the first 4 meetings, the following topics are discussed:
- Discuss what goals you want to achieve that week
- Discuss which goals you have achieved
- Discuss what you run into
- Exchange tips
- Explanation of meetings themes
In the 5th meeting we look back on the trajectory and set goals for the future.
Duration: 2 hours
Date: Thursday, October 28, 3.15pm - 5pm
Content: Do you regularly experience stress or pressure and would you like to learn new tools on how to deal with this?
After this workshop….
- you know the difficult and useful sides of stress and achievementpressure.
- you have insight into how to identify stress at an early stage
- you have ideas about how you can talk about stress and pressure
- you gained inspiration about how to deal with stress and performance pressure
What else is there?
When personal problems stand in the way of studying, you may also contact the student psychologists or one of the study support groups. In addition, the university offers various courses and workshops that can be useful for your well-being and personal development.