Do you find it hard to cope with the coronacrisis? Do you have trouble with something, do you have questions about your studies, is your home situation not going very well or have you other issues for which you want to receive help? Radboud University offers various options to get in touch with. You can choose from an appointment with a study advisor, confidential advisor, student psychologist, student counsellor, study trainer and a study choice and career advisor. Each option is explained below.
Updates on the services on student wellbeing that Radboud University offers, can be found on their website. On this page are also links to workshops, training programs, courses and support for addiction.
Student Advisor: The student advisor is your first point of contact, a person you can turn to with all kinds of issues and questions. You can ask them about your study programme or discuss your personal problems. If necessary, the student advisor will refer you to a different advisor or someone else who can help. These are the student advisors of Physics and Astronomy:
- Ms. drs. Maike Becks
T: 024-36 53013
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Bachelor's, trainer study competences
- Ms. Rosa van Heesch, MSc.
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Bachelor's third year, Double major Math and Physics, Master's
Student Psychologist: This is where you go if you are experiencing disappointing study results or if your study performance is affected due to personal problems. You can also go here if you feel depressed, if you are experiencing anxiety, stress, sadness, or insecurity in your studies or f you need help coping with the coronacrisis. See this page for more information and to make an appointment.
Student Counsellor: This is where you go if you have special needs, you are experiencing financial problems, you are at risk of study delay, you have questions about rules and regulations, you are interested in adapted study options or you are involved in sport as a top athlete. See this page for more information and to make an appointment.
Study Trainer: This is where you go if you are procrastinating in your studies or experiencing disappointing study results. You can also go here if you are experiencing emotional problems that you think are due to how you study or spend your time. See this page for more information and to make an appointment.
Study and Career Advisor: This is where you can go if you need advice on or have doubts about your choice of study, your choice of Master's programme, career orientation or career orientation in conjunction with a disability. See this page for more information and to make an appointment.
Confidential Advisor: You can go to the confidential advisor if you experience undesirable behaviour, see this page for more information and to make an appointment.