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Study Practicalities

Current measures related to your studies

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Additional measures per faculty:

Well-being & Study Climate


We have collected some tips to support you and to help you to study at home.


An overview of who you can contact for support during your study.

Tools and activities

Here you can find an overview of tools and activities that can be of help during (remote) studying
Corona related stress? More balanced lifestyle? These are examples of programmes you can find in in the e-Health tool. The e-health tool is an online tool where you can start improving your mental wellbeing in a free, simple and anonymous way
Workshops and training courses on studying effectively, getting personal support, programme choice and careers.
Are there personal problems that make you feel uncomfortable? On Monday evenings, Boost focuses on mental well-being. One of the counsellors will gladly answer any questions you may have about these or other issues.
Information about a specific disability and the measures and facilities that can be used to prevent/remedy problems.
Get in touch with other students with a disability and/or chronical disease.
Are you looking for a study buddy? A study buddy can help you study. Or do you want to help fellow students yourself?
Coaching by a life coach and personal support.
Online service on Sunday at 11:30am (CET).
A weekly talk show where your corona concerns and questions are discussed.