During the Master’s degree programme, the directors and the programme secretary will assign academic tutors when necessary to provide students with academic guidance, according to their specific needs.
Tutorials are supervised by the teaching staff members on the programme.
The programme directors may, in specific cases, decide that the tutors give support sessions to students, who for different reasons, are not able to attend a module.
Once students have been admitted, they will receive the following information:
- Enrolment and tuition
- Course material
- Student guides
- Office hours for tutorials
- University facilities and resources available for their use
- Academic calendar
- Exam dates
Students who have been advised to complete further training prior to the programme will receive information on the dates, venues and contact persons.
Students will special needs will be assisted by the programme directors, jointly with the Student Guidance and Support Service, to ensure they are integrated into the programme with equal rights and opportunities. The Director of the Master’s degree programme will hold previous meetings to ensure this aim is successfully met.
Students are welcomed by the programme directors on the first day of class. They are given a brief welcome with an overview of the university and the services it offers and details about the programme.