Students are assigned a tutor for each year of study. Normally it is one of the Faculty members lecturing in that particular year of the degree programme .
Tutors carry out a wide variety of tasks:
|- Advise students in groups or individually about academic, personal or career aspects. |
- Speak with the Dean's Office, Registry and the rest of Faculty members on the student’s behalf.
- Manage and collaborate with actions to improve students’ performance.
STUDENT GUIDANCE SERVICE
In addition to the Faculty tutors to whom students can turn whenever needed, the University provides the Student Guidance and Support Service (SOU). This service's goal is to accompany and help in decision making which affects academic achievement and personal well-being.
Additionally, the Student Guidance and Support Service has a psychological counselling service. Any kind of emotional, social or academic concern as well or the desire for personal development or setting career aims can be discussed with a PhD in Psychology. The service is confidential, anonymous and free of charge.