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FPN Academic Advisers

Having difficulties with your study? Unsure if you want to continue?  The Academic Advisers are there for you.

Academic advisers (also called 'study advisers') are - next to your mentor - the first ones to approach for information and advice about your studies. If you  are unable to continue your study or experience a study delay , contact the Academic Advisers  as soon as possible.

But also if you have other questions about your studies, for example about the honours programme, extra electives or maybe a second study, the academic advisers are able to help you decide what your options are or what course would be most advisable.

In case special circumstances are interfering with your studies, for example illness or family circumstances, it is of great importance to contact an academic adviser as soon as possible. They can help to set up a customized study plan but they can also see if individual arrangements can be made. 

Academic advisers can invite students if their study progress data show that their results during the academic year are far below the programme requirements or prone to lead to a Negative Binding Study Advice.

All conversations with an academic adviser are confidential.

Academic advisers FPN  

Gerda Galenkamp

(Bachelor students)

Olga Penninger
(Bachelor students)
Aimee Coenen
(Bachelor students)
Marin Been
(Master students)
 

 

Contact


The best way to get in touch is to send an email. Explain your situation and your question. It helps when you mention earlier contacts with one of the academic advisers. Please send the email from your @student.maastrichtuniversity.nl account and please do not forget to mention your student number.

Contact options for Bachelor students


Mail: fpn-academicadv-bamaastrichtuniversity.nl
Appointments: via the service desk of the Education Office

 

Contact options for Master students


Mail: fpn-academicadv-mamaastrichtuniversity.nl
Appointments: via the service desk of the Education Office

Last modified: Tue, 17/09/2019 - 10:30

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