Our student advisor provides a designated point of contact where you can access professional help, advice and guidance during your studies at IHS.
Are you facing personal and/or study-related challenges and don’t know what to do? Do not postpone coming to see us when you have questions: answers and solutions are often closer at hand than you might expect. And in case we cannot help you ourselves, we can get you into contact with someone who probably can.
All conversation between student and student advisor is strictly confidential, and information provided by a student will not be divulged to any third party without the student’s permission.
If you are experiencing personal problems which have an influence on your study progress; for example, because you are unable to write an exam or you are unable to meet requirements. It is very important that the student advisor knows about your situation as soon as possible.
These are examples of personal challenges that we advise you to contact the study advisor for:
- Study planning, study progress, problems with your study, and study delays;
- Study skills
- Severe health problems
- Passing away of a family member or close friend
- Severe illness of a family member or close friend
- Family circumstances
- Psychological complaints, for which you seek treatment / or you are being treated
- Functional impairment: for example dyslexia, AD(H)D, ASD, chronic illness, physical impairment,
- Unwanted behaviour by fellow students or professors (harassment, aggressive behaviour, stalking, unequal treatment)
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask your questions directly and make an online appointment (20-45minutes). Please provide some information about the challenge(s) you're facing, your student number and your full name. We will get back to you as soon as possible with a confirmation e-mail and the appointment details.
To schedule an (online) appointment, please send an email to email@example.com.
Did you know Erasmus University offers student counselling from students to students and professional support? IHS students can also use all EUR facilities.
Studying at university requires specific academic study skills. At the Erasmus University Rotterdam, we offer a variety of workshops and training/courses to support you in your studies. EUR alumni also have access to the workshops of the careers advisors until one year after graduation. Check out the offer below.