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Professionals are on hand with advice on matters including studies and career planning, job application coaching and CV writing, as well as psychological counselling.
The Careers Service provides advice for students and alumni on starting a career. Alongside a careers advisory service, it offers advice on work-life balance, self-employment, course seminars and much more.
The University's psychological counselling service is aimed primarily at students undergoing a crisis, although teaching and support staff may also take advantage of its career-related counselling.
The "barrier-free" contact point is the first point of contact for questions regarding accessibility for students with an impairment. It is also available free of charge to students, regardless of programme, and all University employees.
Pro Infirmis offers guidance with an online-handbook (in German, French, Italian).
When it comes to starting a career, students and graduates can take advantage of the advisory service provided by the Canton Lucerne. Consultations at the BIZ are free.
AGAB/ASOU is the Swiss association of professionals for advice and information on higher education. Its website contains details of their addresses and services.
The pastoral care service is open to students and employees who wish to discuss issues of a personal nature. In addition to counselling, it offers a range of opportunities to discuss the key topics of our time in various formats such as talks, films and discussion groups.
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts prescribes measures for safeguarding against sexual harassment in the workplace and during studies.
Lucerne University of Applied Sciences enables its students to study flexibly full-time, part-time or part-time. Other offers such as leave, social allowances or childcare further promote the reconciliation of study and family life.
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts provides talented sportsmen and women with advice and support on the integration of sport and studies.