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Of all UvA students, 20.3% have already filled out the National Student Survey! Have you given your opinion on your degree programme and the university yet? If not, do so before March 10. It only takes around 15 minutes and by filling out the survey you can win some great prizes

The new current response numbers show that the AUC is still on top: 24,3% of students there have already filled out the survey. The second place has gone from the Faculty of Economics and Business to the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, where the response is 21% after the second reminder. For all faculties the response numbers are currently as follows:







Amsterdam Law School


Faculty of Economics and Business


Faculty of Humanities


Faculty of Science


Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences





Win great prizes

If you haven’t filled out the National Student Survey yet, do so before March 10! It takes a maximum of 15 minutes and gives you the opportunity to win some great prizes:

  • 1 x Apple MacBook Air (worth €1.199,-)
  • 4 x Sony noise cancelling headphones (worth €380,-)
  • 3x Logitech mouse and keyboard (worth €218,-)
  • 400 x voucher (worth €25,-)

Can’t find the e-mail with the invitation to participate in the NSE? No problem. You can easily request a new invitation to participate by filling out your email address at the National Student Survey website.

What is the NSE for?

The NSE results indicate to the University of Amsterdam which things the university can improve upon. That is why it’s important for the UvA that as many students as possible fill out the survey. Previous NSE results have, for example, resulted in more attention for students with a disability or chronic illness and the creation of a job board for (former) UvA students. In addition, the survey results are used to inform future students and to create national rankings. All NSE outcomes are published on June 23 2021.

About the NSE

The National Student Survey is organised by Studiekeuze123. Studiekeuze123 is an initiative of the Dutch Ministry of Education in collaboration with students and institutes for higher education. Studiekeuze123 offers objective and reliable information about all recognised degree programmes at Dutch universities and universities of applied sciences. The research is carried out by the Dutch research institute MWM2.