Contact MSc | How can you reach the student advisers?
Modified on: Thu, 2 Feb, 2023 at 5:27 PM
Who are the student advisers for the RSM Master programmes?
Menno van der Hoorn
Studying with support needs
Contact & Availability
By email | for short questions
If you have any short questions, please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Always use your EUR e-mail account and mention your student number. Why? In that way we can follow up your questions accordingly.
By phone | for short questionsWhen?
According to the schedule below. All times indicated are Central European Times (CET).
Who & which number?
Our direct telephone numbers are mentioned under our names.
|09:30-10:30 AM||No tel. consultation||09:30-10:30 AM||09:30-10:30 AM||No tel. consultation ||09:30-10:30 AM|
|Eva||Irèn (not on 8 Feb)||Maaike||Menno|
if you can't reach us we are most likely on the phone with another student at that moment. We can't follow up on voicemails so we kindly ask you to call us again at bit later.
Online consult | 15 minutes via TeamsThis type of consult can be booked 7 days prior to the date of this consult.
No timeslots visible? The consult options are fully booked, please try again later for another day.
How does it go? At the time of your consultation the student adviser will videocall you via Microsoft Teams (please make sure to be logged in on your student account). If you're not available via Teams, the student adviser will call you on your mobile phone (you will be called with an anonymous phone number).
Book here your 15 min. consult
Appointment | 30 minutes via Teams or on campus
This type of consult is meant if you need more time to discuss your situation. You cans choose to have an online appointment via Teams or talk to us in person on campus.
Upon your reservation you will receive a confirmation e-mail with the details of the appointment.
Please note: with regard to the online appointment - if you prefer using Zoom, please inform the student adviser beforehand by indicating this when making the appointment in the system or by sending an email.
Book here your 30 min. online or on-campus appointment
Wellbeing Wednesday | via Teams
Take a look at your study life as a whole. What goes well, and what might be improved, to enhance your wellbeing as a student?
How are you, the student behind your studies? There are many factors that can influence your studies, such as: stress, digital (co-)working, daily habits, day and night rhythm, loneliness, planning and procrastination, mindfulness, goals and values.
Do you want to reflect and look ahead which factors you can change?
We are happy to brainstorm with you about – small or larger – steps you can take to positively influence your studies.
Book an appointment for 'Wellbeing Wednesday'.
Appointment 'studying with support needs' | via TeamsDiscuss what extra support you might need because of a (physical a/o mental) functional impairment.
Do you have a specific need for support during your studies because of for example AD(H)D, dyslexia, a (temporary) physical impairment, chronic illness, or mental complaints? If you would like to explore possible options with us, we recommend you to make a reservation for an ‘appointment studying with support needs'.
We like to think along with you which support is fitting for you. Information about studying with support needs (functional impairment) and applying for exam provisions, can be found here.
Book an appointment for ‘Studying with support needs'.
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