Central resources for students
Central student services – register extract, admission, registration, examination, etc.
Study and career guidance – offers students information regarding study and career issues. The study and career counsellors also serve as a support resource and as a sounding board for the departments.
UU Careers – study and career guidance offering guidance sessions, CV supervision and various career activities targeted at students, doctoral students and recent graduates who are taking the first step into their working life.
UU CareerGate portal – a tailored job database for students.
GoinGlobal – digital career support for international career paths.
Support for students with a disability – students with a disability are entitled to special support.
Scholarships – students can apply for grants each semester.
Student Health Service – the students’ own occupational health service offering psychologists, counsellors and health educators.
Students’ unions – The unions have student and doctoral student representatives, student safety representatives and student liaison officers who can offer support to students on issues concerning studies and the study environment.
Students can find information about support and services on the student gateway.