Get a Grip on your Studies
Do you find it difficult to perform at the level you are used to? Do you not know exactly what is expected of you during your studies at WUR? Or are you finding it harder than expected to settle into an unfamiliar living and study environment?
This training will help you understand the Wageningen education system and hopefully make your studies more enjoyable and easier.
Learn what works for you
In this training, you will discover what is expected from you as a WUR student. You will gain more insight into your study approach and will learn what works for you, and what does not help you.
You will get to know different study techniques and strategies, learn how to prioritise and to apply the basics of time management. In addition, we will give attention to taking exams, dealing with procrastination and stress.
About the training
The training course consists of four sessions.
- Wageningen University / Dutch culture, expectations in the Academic Education System, plan your work
- Learning styles, effective study techniques
- Procrastination, motivation, concentration
Stress and exam preparation
For whom is this training?
Do you find yourself somewhat lost in the Wageningen (University) Education System? Are your grades decreasing, although you work just as hard as before, or do you find it hard to concentrate or stay motivated? Then this training is just what you need!
|Group size||Max. 15 participants|
|Duration||4 sessions of about 1,5 hours, with an optional additional session or individual consultation with the trainer|
|Cost||Free of charge; offered by Student Training & Support|
Are you interested to join this course in the future (2023-2024), you can share your contact details by clicking 'Register here'. As soon as new dates are published we will send you an e-mail.
Originally this training is for international students. Dutch students are welcome as well, but please check the other study skills training courses in Dutch - Leren Leren (NL) and Van Uitstel naar Actie! (NL)! (Switch language to NL)