Personal contact is something we value very highly at Aeres University of Applied Sciences (UAS). Fortunately, the small scale on which our faculties operate makes for a very good student-teacher relationship, as you will find out during your studies. Each year of the programme, you will have a personal tutor or an academic counsellor assigned to you who acts as your primary contact person. They closely follow your academic progress and regularly check up on you to discuss how things are going. Besides a personal tutor or academic counsellor, there are student counsellors, deans and student coaches who you can go to if you experience personal problems or find yourself in difficult situations.
Do you have any questions about studying with a disability, for example, a chronic disease, ADHD or dyslexia? Do you need extra support or confidential advice during your studies? Do you often have to help out at home or take care of a member of your family as an informal caregiver? Do you have any questions about your application or do you need advice on which programme to choose? We will be glad to help you. Check out the pages below to find out how.