This week is the start of the National Student Survey (NSE). The NSE is a national survey in which students express their opinion on their degree programme and university. Starting from Thursday, 21 January you will receive an invitation to fill in the survey by email from Studiekeuze123. That way you can let your voice be heard and win some amazing prizes.
The NSE is a returning, national survey in which 270,000 students throughout the Netherlands give their opinion on their degree programme. The results of this survey indicate to the University of Amsterdam where improvement can be made. Previous NSE results have, for example, resulted in publishing course evaluations for students to see and adding additional career preparation to the curriculum of several degree programmes. In addition, the survey results are used to inform future students and to create national rankings.
Starting from 21 January you will receive an invitation to participate by email from Studiekeuze123. You can fill in the survey up to and including 10 March. This year the survey has been shortened, and will only take you roughly 15 minutes to fill in. By doing so you will join the Studiekeuze123 raffle and can win the following prizes:
If more students participate in the NSE, their degree programma and the University of Amsterdam get a better picture of what students already appreciate and what can be improved. The UvA in turn can take action to make sure its degree programmes and facilities are even better suited to your wishes. Will you let us know what you think? Please fill in the survey through the Studiekeuze123 invitation in your mailbox!
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.