Student Support


Continuing your studies

Once you have graduated from a bachelor’s degree programme, you can opt to follow another study programme. This can be a bachelor’s or master’s degree programme. Visit the website of the institution offering the study programme in question to find a wide range of information about the structure of the study, the admissions requirements and the registration procedure.

Bear in mind that as of September 2010, you will in many cases be required to pay higher tuition fees for a second bachelor’s degree programme. Contact the institution where you want to study in advance to find out. If you need assistance in searching for a suitable continuation course, you can contact the Student Information Desk by e-mail at or by calling 088 - 525 75 50. Various reference works are available. You can also schedule an appointment with a student counsellor if you wish.

Last updated on 9 September 2014.
Online counseling Student Support

If you need any support, if you have doubts about your studies or in case of questions concerning your development, please make sure to plan a meeting during the consultation hour. This can be done using the button below. We will schedule an appointment of 30 minutes for you.

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Contacting the Student Counsellors’ Office

Are you experiencing personal problems or other issues that may have an impact on your academic progress, such as a chronic illness, a functional impairment, stress or dyslexia? Call the Student Information Desk on 088-525 75 50 to make an appointment or do this online. If you have any other questions send an e-mail to

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