Student counsellors are there for students requiring advice and information of a more complex nature. Either you will be referred to a Student counsellor (for example by the Central Student Service Desk, or a Study adviser), or you can contact us on your own initiative.
Consultations with Student counsellors are free of charge.
Current or prospective students who have quick queries or urgent matters can call a Student counsellor during phone hours:
If you cannot call between 09.00 and 10.00 and you do not know whether you should make an appointment, you can ask the Central Student Service Desk. You can call them on all working days between 09.00 and 17.00 on +31 (0)20 525 1401.
How do you make an appointment with a Student counsellor?
In case you have an urgent issue, and a short term appointment with one of the Student counsellors is not possible, you can call during phone hours.
Questions about studying with a disability
Do you want to know more about studying with a disability at the UvA? Please read all information on our website first: www.uva.nl/disability. In case you are not able to call or visit us because of your residence abroad or time difference, you may ask your question(s) about studying with a disability by e-mail. Select the e-mail address of the student counselor, in charge of the study program of your interest.
LAW and PPLE
Ans Rekers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudia Flüggen: email@example.com
Medicine and Dentistry
Francoise Mallens : firstname.lastname@example.org
Economics and Business
Jeanette Eindhoven: email@example.com
Karin van Spriel: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Sciences and Pedagogical Sciences
Marjan Kuiper: email@example.com
AUC, Communication Science and Psychology
Mohammad Arab: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student counsellors hold office at the Roeterseiland Campus. Appointments take place in building REC-A, on the first floor, in room C1.01.
The UvA is closed on national holidays and during Christmas week/New Year's Eve. For an overview, follow the link below.