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The student advisors

How can the student advisors help you?
- They can give you information about your programme. They know the academic content, the structure of the programme and the curriculum in detail
- They can give you individual supervision on how to change your course of studies in connection with illness, maternity leave or other unexpected delays
- You can talk to the student advisors about any personal problems related to your studies i.e. in case of illness, a failed examination, if you have difficulty coping with your studies or if your study group does not function
- You can get supervision on transfer of credit, exemptions, special exam conditions or other applications to the Study Board

Confidentiality:
The student advisors are subject to confidentiality, so you are more than welcome to a non-committal talk!
However, they have a duty to report any exam cheating or other breaches of regulation/crimes.

Areas in which the student advisors cannot assist you or give advice:
SU regulations
- Other programmes (only in Danish)
- Job and career
- Admission procedures (only in Danish)
- Examination complaints procedure  

Contact information:
Charlotte Kjær Andersen
Lasse Kaalby Møller

Email for both student advisors: fv-fsv@post.sdu.dk

Office hours:
Esbjerg, Niels Bohrs Vej 10: by appointment
Odense, Campusvej 55: by appointment

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