The academic advisors of Erasmus MC inform and advise on specific questions about your educational journey. The information on these pages is primarily meant for students of Medicine and the Research Masters.
When to visit the academic advisor?
- binding study Advice (BSa);
- study methods;
- study planning;
- doubts about your study choice;
- career choices and follow-up programmes;
- making choices (such as for electives, Master's research and the Master of Science programmes);
- personal circumstances that (may) negatively influence your study;
- Teaching and Examination Regulations (OER/TER) and other rules of the programme;
- applying for an exception to the rules;
- applying for exemptions;
- drawing up (adapted) study programmes, for instance for top athletes and students with a functional impairment.
The academic advisor acts as an advisor to the Examination Board and the Program Director for students who want an exception to the rules.
Academic Advisors Erasmus MC
You can contact the academic advisors for appointments on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Consultations with the academic advisor are confidential.
During the corona pandemic, appointments with the academic advisor take place by phone or video call in Microsoft Teams. When scheduling your appointment, you can indicate your preference. If during the meeting it appears that more time is needed, a new appointment will be scheduled with you.
The appointment with the academic advisor can be made online. If you are unable to attend, please cancel at least 24 hours in advance via the link in the confirmation e-mail you received. This way, a fellow student can schedule an appointment at that time. Non-attendance without prior notice will be registered.
Clinical interns (Coassistenten)
Clinical interns who are unable to attend a meeting at the times indicated in the appointment system can send an e-mail to email@example.com requesting an alternative time. Please include in the e-mail a number of options for dates and times when you can be reached and on which telephone number. One of the academic advisors will then contact you as soon as possible.
The academic advisors can also be reached by e-mail:
These e-mail addresses are only meant for questions and not to make an appointment. Only messages from EUR student mail accounts (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be processed. This obviously does not apply to people who are not registered at the EUR.