Mentoring

Mentoring

ETF attaches great value to individual guidance of student progress. Given the small scale of the institution, the various possibilities installed for this purpose are highly accessible. For questions related to study, you can turn to the academic secretariat, lecturers and professors, your mentor and/or the student pastors.

ETF greatly values attention to the personal and spiritual development of the individual student. To this end, a flexible system of mentoring has been developed, mandatory for first-year students and optional in later years. Students can choose one of our residential staff as their mentor, with whom they meet from time to time for a casual conversation. There is room to discuss study-related issues, as well as to have conversations of a more personal nature. For more specific guidance with study-related or other problems, students can also contact one of our student pastors.

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