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- Ensuring you have good study skills is an important starting point. Think about it and make sure you discuss it with your advisor.
- Integration in the University: one of the advisor’s roles is to provide you with the information you need to become integrated in the University: your identity and core values. The advisor can provide you with informative material and address any matters of interest.
- Professionals from day one: being a university student involves a way of being, presenting yourself and behaving. These translate into specific attitudes that prepare you for your future professional life. It’s not just a case of establishing general rules; these aspects must be incorporated through personal development, sometimes with the help and support of the advisor.
- Involvement and participation: culture, sports and the various activities carried out on campus are ingrained in university life. In your journey through the University, the habit of knowledge and academic reflection are important, but so is the university experience, through activities that allow you to build relationships with other university students with whom you share common interests. Your advisor can help you uncover this experience. It won’t distract you from your studies; on the contrary, it will enhance them.