Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Student counsellor AMSIB

The student counsellors for AMSIB can be reached from 17 June to 28 August in the Nicolaes Tulphuis (NTH), Tafelbergweg 51, 1105 BD Amsterdam.

From 22 July to 19 August the Student Counsellors office FBE is closed. Availability for urgent matters:

22 July - 26 July: Elke de Roos and Reina Dooijewaard

29 July - 9 August: the student counsellors office will be closed. For urgent matters you can contact the student information office.

12 August - 16 August: Pieter Ruijssenaars and Daniël Buitenkant

Submitting applications through the Digital Service Point

Do you suffer from dyslexia? Do you need additional time to complete exams or require larger forms as a result of this condition? Submit an application through the  Digital Service Point as soon as possible. Keep your dyslexia statement at hand, as you will be required to upload it along with your application. You will receive a reply to your request for additional time for exams and/or forms in large-sized print in your AUAS email inbox within two weeks. Your request may been have granted or rejected, or you may be asked to supply more information.

Have you requested additional time for exams or large-font forms, and has this been granted?

If yes, please continue reading under 'Implementation of examination duration extension (TDV) at the FBE'

What is a valid dyslexia statement?

The statement must mention dyslexia. The dyslexia statement must be signed by a healthcare psychologist or general remedial educationalist and should be based on a diagnostic test. A dyslexia pass from a previous degree programme is therefore not sufficient.

What if I have dyslexia, but do not have a valid statement?

Ask the person treating you for a modified dyslexia statement. If this is not possible, you also have the option to take a shortened dyslexia test at the University of Amsterdam. The costs for this short test amount to €225. Should you wish to make use of this facility, please contact Anna Plakas.

More information

More information on A-Z Studying with a disability

'Implementation of examination duration extension (TDV) at the FBE'

If your request has been granted, the following conditions apply:

Approval prior to 6 May

You will receive additional time for exams and/or large-font forms beginning with the partial examinations in weeks 4, 5 and 6 of block 4.

Approval between 6 May and 23 May

You will receive additional time for exams and/or large-font forms beginning with the examinations in weeks 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of block 4.

Approval after 23 May

You will receive additional time for exams and/or large-font forms beginning in September.

Additional information

You will sit your examinations in the so-called TDV classroom. TDV stands for tentamenduurverlenging (examination duration extension), although students who require other special facilities will use the TDV room as well. The TDV room can be different on each exam date.

Announcement of TDV rooms:

  • A weekly overview of TDV rooms for written examinations will be published in the announcements on myauas on the Friday before the examination week begins.
  • An announcement will also be posted at the Servicepoint on every examination day.
  • Digital examinations will not be held in a separate TDV room, but seats will be reserved in the digital examination rooms (IWO, REC and FMB, ground floor) for students who are entitled to TDV.

Please note: the TDV rooms will not be listed on

You can receive confidential advice on any matters to do with your studies, your progress, personal matters and problems relating to any of the following: 

During open consultation hours (see left-hand column) you can drop by without an appointment. We will assess your question or problem, discuss it and make a follow-up appointment if it needs more time.Our meetings are confidential: no information given during the talk may be repeated to a third party without your consent. 

After considering your question, we will provide you with information and recommendations and help you to take action to achieve an improvement in your personal performance in relation to your studies and/or internship. We have specific expertise with issues such as choosing courses, studying with a disability, and student grants and loans, and we have a lot of experience with advising and supporting students with personal problems.

We can also advise the examination board and the degree programme about any facilities and modifications required, so that students can perform well in their studies without being held back by personal disadvantages. If required we can provide referrals (to the student doctor, student psychologist, social worker, a support worker from the Dutch Association of Mental Health and Addiction Care, etc.


  • International Business (IB) – fulltime, part time and fast-track
  • International Business and Management Studies (IBMS)
  • International Business and Languages (IBL)
  • Trade Management Asia (TMA)

Dinant Leegstra

Week 27 / July 1 – July 5:

  • Tuesday: room NTH C1.26
  • Thursday: room NTH A4.02

Week 28  / July 8 – July 12:

  • Tuesday: no consulting hours
  • Thursday: room NTH C1.26

Anke van der Wilt

Week 27  / July 1 – July 5:

  • Monday: room NTH A4.06
  • Wednesday: room NTH A4.02
  • Thursday: Room NTH C1.36

Week 28  / July 8 – July 12:

  • Monday: no consulting hours
  • Wednesday: room NTH A4.06
  • Thursday: room NTH C1.24

Published by  AZ editors FBE 15 July 2019