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Have you filled out the National Student Survey in the last few months? Thank you for doing so! By filling out the survey you’ve given your opinion on your degree programme and the university. The results show the UvA what’s already going well and what can be improved upon. In addition, the results help future students to make a better decision on what and where to study.

In total 31,2% of all UvA students have filled out the National Student Survey. That’s 13535 students! Especially at the AUC many students let their voices be heard, 39,6% of students there completed the entire survey. For all faculties the respons percentages are as follows:

Faculty

Response

ACTA

34,8%

AUC

39,6%

Amsterdam Law School

29,1%

Faculty of Economics and Business

30%

Faculty of Humanities

32,2%

Faculty of Science

32,7%

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

31%

AMC

29,9%

 

And now?

Of course, filling out the National Student Survey isn’t the end of the story. On Wednesday June 23rd the results of the survey are published by Studiekeuze123. Then we will know how you’ve rated your degree programme, what you are positive about and what you think should be improved upon. With those results the UvA can take action, to make sure that our curriculum, student guidance and support and more fit your wishes even better. Did you know, for example, that course evaluations are now also available to students because of the National Student Survey? Or that the UvA has created a job board for (former) students based on previous NSE results?

Prizes for filling out the survey

This year you could win some great prizes by filling out the National Student Survey:

  • 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 Bol.com voucher (worth €25,-)

If you are one of the prize winners, Studiekeuze123 will reach out to you for this.
 

More information

As soon as the National Student Survey results are known, you’ll hear more about this. Would you like to know more about the survey before then?