Study Advisers IRIO
Who are the study advisers for International Relations and International Organization (IRIO)?
Mr H. de Haas (Hidde) | Ms R. Huttinga (Renate) | Ms G. Zomer (Dieneke)
The quickest way to get a personal meeting with us is to drop by during one of our open consultation hours. You can do so with any question or issue and without an appointment. We are located on the fifth floor of the Harmony Building, room H13.15.0502
Open Consultation Hours
- Monday: 11.00 - 12.00 hrs
- Tuesday: 11.30 - 13.00 hrs
- Wednesday: 10.00 - 11.30 hrs
- Friday: 10.00 - 11.00 hrs : by phone only : +31(0)50 3634971 (Please note: this number is only used for this telephone hour)
- Friday: 11.00 -12.00 hrs
Study advice in the IRIO degree programme
If you need personal guidance and advice, the study adviser is your first point of contact. The study adviser acts as a counsellor and confidential advisor to students for any matters to do with their studies, and can refer you on to other organizations if necessary. You can contact the study adviser if you have any questions about the following matters: study delay, study progress, study planning / personal circumstances / choice of degree programme and changing programmes / special facilities and performance disabilities / content-related aspects of the degree programme / transitional arrangements / alternative examination regulations / entry requirements / studying abroad / graduation
You should contact the study advisers as soon as possible if you are experiencing personal problems that may cause problems in your study progress, such as illness, disability, family circumstances, or dyslexia. It is possible to make a personal appointment for this via email. Please indicate your own availability in your email. The study adviser will be able to advise you on suitable assistance and can help you in adapting your study programme to the circumstances.
In case you have to miss out on a mandatory lecture or seminar, always notify your lecturer as soon as possible. Only the lecturer can indicate if it’s possible to make up what you miss.
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