When to contact the Student Information Desk?
You can contact the Student Information Desk for all general questions about your study. Such as questions about enrolment for courses, exams and education, to request a certified copy of your transcript, your schedule and grades.
During the Christmas break, from 25 December 2023 to 8 January 2024, the Student Information Desk will be closed. In this period, there will be no walk-in or telephone hours. Emails sent in this period will be answered after the Christmas break.
Available by phone on Monday to Friday: 10:00 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 15:00.
Phone number: +31 (0)30 253 4283
We respond to you as soon as possible and ultimately within 2 working days.
Email: email@example.com (include your name and student number)
Monday to Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00 and 14:00-15:00.
Adam Smith Hall, room 0.01
Kriekenpitplein 21-22, 3584 EC Utrecht
Postal address: P.O. Box 80125, 3508 TC Utrecht, the Netherlands
If you have questions concerning the choice and planning of your study, about the academic skills, about the rules and regulations of the study or you have other issues (be they private or not), you can contact a study advisor.
The study advisors can guide and advise you on your study (choice) and setting up an academic plan. They can help you find your way through the countless amenities Utrecht University offers.
If you encounter a delay in your academic progress, through e.g. illness, special circumstances or family circumstances, you are to report this as soon as possible.
We can be reached by:
Phone: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 11:00 - 12:00.
+31 (0)30 253 4070.
Walk-in hour: Wednesday and Thursday 09:30 - 10:30
Friday 13:00 – 14:00
On Thursday 30 November the phone and walk-in hours of the study advisors will be cancelled.
Additional walk-in hours for students seeking to get their study plan approved for studying abroad: every Tuesday from 16:00 to 17:00.
Adam Smith Hall, room 0.20
Appointments can be booked online and will take place in the Adam Smith Hall, ground floor (take a seat at the green sofa near room 0.17) or via Microsoft Teams (install the app and login with your UU email address). It's always possible to have the appointment via Teams. Leave a remark in the comment field in case you prefer an online meeting instead of an ‘On Campus’ appointment.
Sometimes the confirmation of the booked appointment turns up in your spam box!
Please check your student email, Blackboard and Corona and Education regularly for updates regarding your studies.
Contact Information Study Advisors
- Mr. Drs. Huub Klein Schiphorst
- Ms. Drs. Janneke Nolles
- Ms. Sahra Farah
- Ms. Caroline van den Braak
Adam Smith Hall
3584 EC Utrecht
Please know that UU offers more forms of support. You can read about this on the 'Who to contact?'-page.
The Bachelor of Economics and Business Economics and the Economics Master's programmes have the same Board of Examiners.
The Board of Examiners treats requests concerning the following subjects:
- Special arrangements that are necessary due to illness
- Latest course amenities
- (Prolongation of) validity of exams
- (Approval of) electives outside the programme
- Incorporation of courses for the purpose of exchange programmes
- Terms and declarations of graduation
- Accreditation of Cum Laude
- Graduation ceremonies
The Board of Examiners is bound by law to respond to requests within six weeks. Ordinarily requests are handled within two weeks and only written requests (preferably by email) will be taken into consideration.
Please make sure your request to the Board of Examiners bears your name and student number.
Contact Information Board of Examiners
Address: Adam Smith Hall (International Campus Utrecht), Kriekenpitplein 21-22, 3584 EC Utrecht, the Netherlands
Members of the Board of Examiners
- Peter-Jan Engelen (Chair)
- Peter van der Meer (Member)
- Annette van den Berg (Chair test committee and member)
- Ulrich Zierahn-Weilage (Member test committee)
- Marlies van Beek (External member)
- Tim Jenner (Secretary)
- Nicole Visser (Support officer)
Do you have questions about how to combine an internship with your study (Bachelor's students) or do you require career advice? For all these things you can contact U.S.E.'s career officer/ She can also check your resume, cover letter and/or LinkedIn profile and answer any questions regarding job market orientation, such as how to enter the Dutch labour market.
For initial orientation and supervision of your internship, please contact the U.S.E. internship coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org.
On www.uu.nl/staff you can find the contact details of the university staff.