The Academic Guidance Service (AGS)
The Université Saint-Louis provides a comprehensive Academic Guidance Service (AGS). The AGS is not only an open door, but it is also a range of practical measures designed to help you to succeed in your studies.
At the start of your first year you will be required to take a “Passport to your degree” test. This is designed to assess, and to provide you with early-stage feedback on your strengths and weaknesses in relation to the core academic skills you need to master.
Should your test reveal any weaknesses, you will be offered the opportunity to attend study groups, and study-skill sessions, which are organised by the AGS.
Following the January examination session you may be offered individual academic counselling with either a member of the AGS or a member of the teaching staff, with the aim of helping you to overcome any continuing difficulties.
The AGS also organises study support sessions during revision periods. This includes exam simulations, individual counselling, stress management workshops, and discussion groups on themes as diverse as the impact of nutrition, sleep, or physical activity on concentration and memory.
The Academic Guidance Service
Location: Botanique 43 - 42.15
Tel.: 02 792 35 48
Fax: 02 211 79 97