Studying and time spent at university is full of new experiences, but often also challenges and smaller or bigger problems. At the CCC, we can help you with them and offer the services of a variety of experts or experienced colleagues and classmates.
During counselling sessions (psychological, socio-legal, career), you can deal with questions about your studies, your future direction, and difficulties that are preventing you from studying, whether it be psychological problems, legal disputes or your social security. Senior colleagues known as Tutors will also be able to advise you on your studies. Once registered, students with specific needs can benefit from compensation and study support that takes into account their medical condition.
You can also make use of the thematic e-learning course Survival Kit, which covers issues of motivation, planning, effective learning, as well as relationships and time management on social media. If you prefer discussion to self-study, join one of the support groups where, under the guidance of an experienced lecturer, you and your classmates will discuss your difficulties and questions and work together to find the best solution.
Do you need help with your studies? Tutoring is there for anyone who wants to catch up on their subjects or, on the contrary, offer their knowledge to others.
If you don't know which service to use, contact the CCC and we will work out a suitable course of action together.