The energy crisis and inflation have a big impact on people’s well-being. Financial fitness is therefore one of the main topics covered during the fourth edition of UT Well-being Weeks held until 2 December. ‘Staying awake at night, worrying about your energy bills, is one of the most demanding and most common stressors nowadays,’ says Jan van den Hoogen from Arbo Unie.
English entry requirements, complaints about Unit4 and plans for sports and culture facilities on campus. Those are some key topics the University Council discussed with the Executive Board this morning. Read about them in this overview.
The financial consequences of the energy crisis will also be felt by students, with monthly rates that are about 100 euros higher than they are now. This is the warning given by UT PhD candidate Nando Tolboom, who will be holding an information session in the Waaier next week. 'Behavioural change is the best way to ease the pain.'
Ook studenten gaan snel en langdurig de financiële gevolgen van de energiecrisis voelen, met maandtarieven die zo’n 100 euro hoger liggen dan nu. Daarvoor waarschuwt UT-promovendus Nando Tolboom, die volgende week een informatiebijeenkomst houdt in de Waaier. ‘Met gedragsverandering kun je de pijn het meest verzachten.’