Student welfare has become an important issue at Tilburg University. Below you will find information on where you can go for personal or study-related problems.
Confidentiality Contact Person Magister JFT
Magister JFT wants its members to feel at home with the association. However, it can happen that you are not feeling well, have personal problems or have experienced something you don't want to talk about. The confidential contact person of Magister JFT is someone you can tell your story to in complete confidentiality. Our secretary, Julie Grings, is this person. It can be difficult to talk about things that are bothering you, but Julie would like to help you and listen to you. Julie can also help you to see if you can get advice from someone else.
You can contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Confidentiality Person Advisory Council Magister JFT
The Advisory Council is not only there for the Daily Board, but for Magister JFT as a whole. Therefore, the Advisory Council also has a Confidentiality Person. This year, that person is Suzette Verbeek, the secretary of the 18th Daily Board of Magister JFT. If you would like to talk to someone a little further away from the association, but who still knows enough about it, she is there for you. Suzette is happy to listen and help you.
You can contact Suzette at email@example.com
Coronavirus telephone helpline
The telephone helpline is intended for Tilburg University students who are experiencing personal, mental or emotional problems as a result of the coronavirus. They can contact the helpline anonymously for a personal conversation and a listening ear, regarding questions that arise from the Coronavirus. The helpline also offers support for complaints, experiencing depressive feelings such as depression, brooding and anxiety, listlessness and fatigue, sleeping problems and stress, without obligation and anonymously.
Call +31 (0)6 28771262. The helpline is available daily from 08.00 to 23.00 for all students.
The student psychologists offer short-term, goal-oriented help with study problems, short-term personal problems and guidance with problems that directly affect your studies. Take a look at the website of Tilburg University for more information.
Education coordinators, student dean and more
Tilburg University offers many possibilities for you to ask questions, get advice, or just to tell your story. The link below will take you to Tilburg University's advice page for students. Here you can read exactly what kind of issues you can ask of whom. If you don't know who to contact, you can always contact Julie, the confidentiality contact person of Magister JFT.
Free E-Health programme Gezondeboel
Every Tilburg University student has free access to the Gezondeboel programme, an online module that allows you to work independently on your mental state and well-being. Take a look and find out what helps you.