KEA Study and Career Guidance offers voluntary, confidential and non-binding conversations about your study and anything that might have an effect on your study.

ALL students can experience challenges during their study and may seek guidance to tackle them. We see students challenged by the frames of the study (e.g. rules and regulations, curriculum and study activity rules), its level, its requirements to responsibility for your own learning, organising and prioritising the study. But we also see students completely in control of such challenges who, at the same time, experience personal difficulties affecting their study activity.

KEA’s Study and Career counsellors offer professional, personal conversations based on a variety of theory depending on the subjects of each meeting. We’re all professional Study and Career counsellors with education within study and career guidance.