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We try to support you as best we can. Here are some useful tips.
Missing an exam?
Failed to take an exam due to personal circumstances, like Ekrem? Is there something unclear about your education? Do you have any other questions. Or do you have the ambition to take your degree to the next level? The Education Guide has the answer.
As of this academic year all students will work in the new Learning Management System Moodle. Moodle is both user-friendly and intuitive. Among other features Moodle allows you to interact conveniently with your fellow students. Moodle can be accessed on any device. You can also download the app version on your phone to use Moodle on the go.
Don't forget your ID!
In order to sit tests, you must present a valid ID. You will need one of the following documents:
- A valid passport, or
- a valid identity card, or
- a Dutch residence permit.
Each location has its own Service Desk, your first point of contact for any questions regarding your student card, your Wi-Fi connection, Inholland computers, renting laptops, examinations and reserving study rooms. You can also reserve cameras, study rooms and all kinds of other equipment via the online Service Desk.
The Inholland library has fully digital collection. Through the library website, you have access to numerous information sources for study and research 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you want to study in peace, you can go to the study center. Here you can find the information specialists who can help you search literature. They can also help you to quickly and effectively learn and process reliable and relevant information.
Check your reading list on Studystore and buy the books you need (with 10% discount on all foreign titles)! Some lecturers hand out printed copies, so do wait to buy until you know what you need.
Do you have personal circumstances that require you take more time for your studies? Student counsellors are here to help you if you have to deal with issues such as illness, family circumstances, disabilities, psychological problems, etc. Everything you discuss with the counsellor is strictly confidential.