Do you have questions about your study planning? Would you like some advice or tips on how to make an effective annual or weekly plan?
As a student you are often faced with busy periods and numerous options. Lectures, assignments, exams, part-time job, socialising, studying abroad; When is the best time to do which activity? And is everything you want to do feasible to begin with?
Planning for the time you will study based on the amount of time you have available can be very useful. You will find some tips below that will help you make a plan for the year or per week. Are you having difficulties coming up with a study planning and is this causing stress? Or do you have other questions? Come and speak with us. Together we will find out what is going on and come up with a plan to help you resolve the problem.
A study plan for the entire year provides an overview of all the courses and other components you need to complete in order to graduate. If you fill in the schedule below, you will see your own study plan on paper. This often provides better insight in how long you will be occupied with studying compared to a plan in your head.
A weekly study plan provides you with an overview of everything that you are planning to do in a week. If you fill in the schedule below, you will see your own study plan on paper. This often provides better insight in how long you will be occupied with studying compared to a plan you keep in your head.