The Student Counsellors from Career & Counselling Services are available to assist all TU Delft Students. We offer a broad range of services to assist you.
Your first point of contact if you have questions or problems concerning your degree programme is your academic counsellor in the faculty. Your academic counsellor may refer you to the student counsellors for:
- Financial support if you fall behind with your work because of exceptional circumstances
- Facilities and short-term support for those studying with a disability or chronic illness
- Support in submitting an application to a particular fund or in dealing with complex issues concerning the (future) funding of your degree programme
- Support in submitting a complaint or objection (education-related)
- Support with complex issues concerning schemes, regulations and/or facilities
It is advisable to seek help in good time. This not only increases the chance of your receiving effective support; eligibility for some schemes is conditional on enlisting support at an early stage.
Do you have a question for the student counsellors? If so, send an email to email@example.com, call 015-2788004 or come along to one of our open walk-in hours from Monday to Thursday, 12:45 – 13:45.
Student counsellor sessions are free of charge. All discussions are kept confidential. If necessary, we can arrange for contact with other advisers and support agencies within or outside the university.
Suze-Anne is a Master of Laws and a coach/counsellor and has over 20 years of experience in guiding students in higher education. Since 2006 she has been working at TU Delft as a student counsellor. Her main points are advising about the regulations for financial support and guiding students, who are studying with a disability.
Iva Lievens is a student counsellor at TU Delft since January 2021. She has master’s degrees in both Law and Psychology and has over 8 years of experience in guiding students in higher education. Iva coordinates the Study Buddy project. Students with a disability or students with questions about financial support can meet her at the open hour.
Stephanie Meulemans has been a central counsellor at TU Delft since 2010. She is the coordinator of several facilities for students with a disability, like the text-to-speech-program TextAid and the Study Buddy Project. She helps students with (for example) AD(H)D in a Solution Focused way. Stephanie has finished her studies in Sociology and has developed different coaching skills.
Ton Valk has been a student counselor at TU Delft since 2018. Earlier he has been working as an academic counselor and projectmanager at several faculties. Students with a disability or students who need advice about regulations for financial support can meet him at the open hour or can make an appointment.