Student Counselling and Well-being Services
MSH provides a variety of services and resources to enhance the university experience of all MSH students including study support, counselling and well-being services.
Why Student Counselling?
Your degree is an important milestone in your life: you want to reach your professional goals, make exciting and fun experiences and at the same time you want to find out your inner self. You have to take responsibility and need to master daily challenges. All this requires energy and willpower. With our social support services we provide confidential counselling services to all students to help with managing any personal issues that could affect your studies – this includes daily life situations, e.g. in relation to financial-, health-, cultural-, familiar- issues. Come and see us, even if you just need someone to talk to.
What is the Student Counselling’s aim?
With our personal counselling services, we want to encourage you to discuss challenging life situations. We want to help you explore options and solutions that suit your needs.
Who is it for?
Students who wish to talk about their personal situation and seek support in finding suitable solutions.
The Student Counselling services
Student Counselling services is a first contact point for any issues that may be affecting your study and life. As we cannot be experts on all levels, we closely collaborate with other counselling services in order to provide you with the best possible services.
The services are free, confidential and available to all enrolled students at MSH, BSP Campus Hamburg and trainees of the IPW.
We support you in finding a solution of personal issues, such as
Being new in Hamburg
- Campus life
- Leisure-time opportunities
- Living arrangements
Study financing issues
- Study organization and management
- Scholarships / stipends
- Study loans
- Study and work
- Family, partners, friends
- Dealing with difficult life circumstances (loss of a loved one, health restrictions)
- Social contact with peers and lecturers
Participation and life-long learning
- Active self- and time management
- Effective exam preparation
- Tips and tricks for dealing with exam stress
- International exchange
- Development of intercultural skills
Studying and pregnancies
- Support for finding a daycare centre
- Sabbatical semester
- Requesting a day care voucher