A network of study counsellors has been developed in higher education institutions in order to support students, incl. students with special needs. Self-analysis and learning skills courses have been created for supporting beginning learners. IT solutions are developed to intermediate job and practical training vacancies as well as to improve availability of information and counselling services.
Higher education institutions have psychologists who are ready to support students both in studying and copying with difficulties encountered in their personal life.
Higher education institutions have career advisers who provide counselling in self-analysis, setting and achieving of goals, and finding, assessing and selecting learning, practical training, work and career opportunities.
IT solutions are developed to intermediate job and practical training vacancies as well as to improve availability of information and counselling services.
In higher education providing comprehensive support to a student is considered important and therefore, advisors (psychologists, study and career advisers) work together and provide a complex service.