Among other things, the student counsellor at the Faculty of Engineering can help you keep track of the rules and procedures relevant to your studies. You are also welcome to contact the student counsellor in case of more general problems or doubts.
The Student Counsellor’s office hours:
The office of Student Counsellor, Anmari Lundegaard, is in room A16 (door number 2) on Niels Bohrs Allé 1. Office hours are Monday-Friday between 9 am and 1 pm. Any changes in office hours will be announced by a notice on the door.
You are welcome to contact the student counsellor during office hours, or to make an appointment on tel. +45 6550 7325 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, in urgent matters.
In case of subject specific questions regarding specific courses and course content you are welcome to contact the teacher responsible for the course or the programme coordinator. If you are a student in Sønderborg, please contact Programme Secretary Birgit Andersen on tel. +45 6550 1634 or email email@example.com.
The Student Counsellor can help you with:
• When you have failed an exam
• A talk, if you have any problems or doubts
• Information on engineering programmes
• General study structure
• Credit transfer
Further information on the general counselling possibilities at the University of Southern Denmark.
Events at the Careers- and CounsellingCentre
If you have problems finding your way at the Faculty of Engineering, if you need a student card, if you looking for a particular application form, if you need a printout from the study administrative system, if you have forgotten a password, or if you just need some general information, you are always welcome to contact the Student Information in Odense (at the main hallway) and Student Service in Sønderborg (Unit 3) for help.
Once you have started your studies you can find vocational guidance, career counselling, study counselling and much more at the Career Centre.
Student Counselling Service
If, during your studies, you experience study doubts or personal problems that affect your ability to achieve satisfactory results in your studies, you are always welcome to contact the student counsellor. Good advice and support can also be found at the SDU Counselling Centre or the Student Counselling Service. Among other things, they can help you handle exam anxiety, loneliness and similar problems.