Study Support Centre

When you need different types of study support, you can turn to the Study Support Centre and our tips. You can get help with your study techniques and study methods, as well as with how you can improve your academic papers and your presentation technique.

Opening hours and contact

The Study Support Centre is located at the University Library. Every weekday from 12 pm to 2 pm, you can get help with your studies on site at the Library. You can also contact the Study Support Centre via email or by reporting a case in Helpdesk. If you want, you can use our facilities for studies when the Library is open. Welcome!

Find the Study Support Centre (campus map) External link.

Academic writing support

Six younger women are sitting around a table talking to each other. The picture is taken from above and the table is full of mobile phones, computers and books. Photo.

Reading comprehension

A younger man and a younger woman are seated in bean bags, each one of them with a computer in front of them. The man, who has glasses and light hair, looks at the woman's computer screen. The woman looks into the camera and is wearing a dark pink shawl around her head. Photo.

Taking exams

A person is sitting at a table, surrounded by book stacks, with her face down in a book. Photo.

Doing presentations

A young man stands next to a large note pad and points with a pen. Photo.

Good study habits

A hand is seen writing with a pencil in a calendar. To the left is a laptop. Photo.

Distance learning – tips and tricks

Woman sitting in a sofa with a laptop, wearing headphones and taking notes. Photo.

Group work

Four people sit around a table full of books and talk to each other. Three of them are looking at the fourth person who is in the lower left corner. Behind them is a whiteboard with text. Photo.

Help us improve the Study Support Centre!

The Study Support Centre is under construction and we are grateful for any tips from you students about what developments you would like to see. Feel free to email us with any constructive ideas we can take with us in developing the Student Support Centre.