Tips om je te onstpannen

Tips study skills and internet help sites

Tilburg University, Student Development and the Sports Center offer workshops and trainings to manage and prevent the most common problems among students. The student psychologists have also selected a number of relevant websites for students who have various personal problems, such as loneliness, burn out, addiction, etc.

Workshops Tilburg University

Workshops provided by the student psychologists;

E-health  programs

Gezondeboel has developed custom e-Health programs to support you with the challenges you face during your studies. For example, how to find balance between your study and private life, how to deal with exam stress, living in a different culture, loneliness, or how to feel more relaxed and mindful during your studies. These accessible e-health modules have recently become available to all students free of charge via their university account, empowering students to be proactive about their own well-being. 

See: overview of the available courses and select and start a course.

Other helpful resources

See complete overview of courses and workshops

The Sports Center offers a number of trainings and courses, such as resistance for women, yoga, mindfulness, Pilates, fitness guide (explanation of the fitness in half an hour (one on one) :

Study help sites
Learning problems

AD(H)D

Dyslexia

Platforms and phone lines
  • Everything Okay? (In Dutch: Alles oké?) offers support to anyone between the ages of 18 and 24 when things are not going so well.  Daily from 14:00-22:00 hrs. free and anonymous chatting, or calling on number 0800-0450
  • In case of personal, mental or emotional problems due to the COVID-19 crisis, call the Tilburg University helpline at +31 (0)6 - 2877 1262. The helpline is available from 08:00 to 23:00 hrs for all students.
  • Fresh Ideas: a  free platform where you can contact psychology students or experience experts anonymously, if you find it difficult to study and/or motivate yourself, or you just need someone who listens to you.
Mental health
Addiction