Ms. J. (Jill) Morales
Kluyverweg 1, 2nd floor room 2.08
Tel. 015 27 82567
Ms. M. (Marlou) van Nus
Kluyverweg 1, 2nd floor, room 2.01
Tel. 015 2781380
Due to the Corona (COVID-19) measures it is not possible at this time to consult with the academic counsellors in person at the faculty.
How can you reach us?
Open office hours
For all registered students of Aerospace Engineering there are 1 on 1 open office hours with an academic counsellor on Zoom on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 till 13:30.
Detailed information on dates, times and invitation links are on Brightspace Aerospace Engineering Students.
It is always possible to contact us not using Zoom if preferred.
Open office hours are meant for quick questions and short consultations on study planning, choices or other study related subjects.
Should you think your question will take more time than 5-10 minutes to discuss, then please e-mail us on email@example.com to inform if we can set a personal consultation in MS Teams. In your e-mail please state: your full name, student number, subject, phone number and programme. We will then contact you to set up an appointment.
It is also possible to e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that currently we are receiving a lot of e-mails which leads to a longer processing time.
As soon as our availability changes we will update this website and announce this on Brightspace.
For personal and study related questions or problems, you can consult with the academic counsellor. This can be any problem, for example:
BSA, motivational problems, stopping or switching studies, admission to BSc projects, personal study programme questions, problems with courses, reporting illness/disability, your study planning and applying for financial assistance.
You can also consult us for more complex matters that are having an impact on your studies and personal life such as: personal or psychological issues, more complex medical problems, individual guidance in studying with a disability, study delay because of family circumstances, having study problems and looking for study coaching.
If necessary, the academic counsellor can refer you to a student doctor, psychologist, central student counsellor, the Board of Examiners or other institutions.
Report illness or special circumstances as soon as possible:
In case of illness or other special situations that affect your study progress it's best to consult your academic counsellor at an early stage, to limit the possibility of a delay in your studies and also otherwise you may miss out on special arrangements or other support.