The overview below can help you on your way if you are looking for available solutions for your problem and who you can turn to for advice.

To study efficiently, you need a number of skills: for example, how to make a good study plan, how to cope with a large amount of prescribed reading, how to prepare for classes and how to best prepare for exams. We have put together some study tips and useful links and offer a number of workshops which can help you to improve your study skills.

If you experience a delay in study progress or if it looks like you might do experince such a delay Iit is important that you get in touch with the Study Advisor on time. The Study Advisor can tell you what the delay means for you in your specific situation and whether there is anything the university can do to help you.

There is an art to studying. To do it well requires a number of skills. The university offers study tips and several workshops which can help you study more efficiently.
Are you experiencing personal problems? You can also make an
appointment to see the Student Psychologist.

Useful links about dealing with procrastination and tackling stress:

If you have a disability or chronic illness, you can request certain special facilities to support you in your studies. Here are some examples of disabilities or chronic illnesses where this is relevant:

  • Visual, auditory or motor impairments
  • Dyslexia
  • Chronic ilnesses and mental health difficulties (e.g depression, autism, ADHD, Crohns disease, diabetes, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, ME/CFS, RSI/CANS, etc.)

Contact your Study Advisor to discuss your situation and consider whether and, if so, what support is available for you. These forms of support available may differ from those available to you in secondary school. If you have a medical statement, please bring this with you to your appointment with the Study Advisor. The agreements made during the appointment will be set down in a contract.

More information is available in the brochure ‘Studying with a Disability at Utrecht University’.

Utrecht University has special arrangements for Elite Sports Students. This includes academic as well as financial arrangements. Read more on the Elite Sports Students page.

Are you applying for a job soon or trying to find your way in the job market? On the page Career Services you can find more information.

Are you having second thoughts about the programme you chose? Contact your Study Advisor or the Academic Support Advisor. They will provide you with independent advice and support in choosing your Bachelor’s or Master’s programme.

More information about Study Choice.

If you have already decided to drop out of your degree programme, read more about terminating your enrolment.

For more information about your Tutor, Mentor (if available) and Study Advisor: see the web pages of your programme.