The purpose of the dialogue is for you to receive counselling order to make decisions and to plan the next step in your career.
You can call us to get general guidance on Monday to Thursday, 8AM - 10.30 AM. You can reach us by calling ServiceCenter (+46) 0520-22 30 00.
Visit / DROP-IN
Visit us in our corridor (second floor above the reception, ServiceCenter) every Monday to Thursday, 11 - 12AM, for shorter, general questions.
During our drop-in hour you'll meet one of our study- counsellors. They work with different education areas so during the drop-in you might meet with a counsellor that is not affilliated with your study area. If you have specific questions related to your programme/couse we recommend you to book an appointment with the counsellor specialized within your study area. Request a meeting by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
Ask a question
Feel free to ask us a question via the questionnaire at the bottom of this page. If your question needs a more detailed answer we will contact you to book an appointment.
You might find the answer to your question in our FAQ. Please check it out and contact us if you need further help.
BOOK an appointment
You are also welcome to book an appointment with your study and career counsellor. Please use the questionnaire below.
If you are studying a web-based distance programme and / or do not have the opportunity to visit us on campus, you are welcome to contact us and we will conduct the meeting via telephone or online.
Foreign study merits
We offer special study guidance for you with a foreign secondary education diploma and / or academic studies. Read more and contact us.
The study counsellor’s job is to ask questions that leads to reflection and give information that can help you make decisions. To prepare for an appointment with us, think through what you want to discuss with us and have relevant information with you.
Study counsellors works with confidentiality
WE MAY HANDLE PERSONAL DATA
When you contact the study- and career counselling, we may require some personal data from you, for example personal ID number, notes or records about what type of support you need, etc. All data that can be linked to your person is handled in accordance to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Read more about GDPR and how we handle your personal data at University West (in swedish) or visit the official EU Commision GDPR website.