What do you think of your study programme? Fill in the National Student Survey!
Who better to judge your programme and your university than you? You have until 6 March 2016 to make your opinion known in the National Student Survey (NSE).
The NSE is a national survey of the quality of programmes at academic universities and universities of applied sciences, organised by the Stichting Studiekeuze 1,2,3 (Study Options Foundation) on behalf of the Ministry of Education and the higher education institutions. The survey asks for your opinion about the content of your study, the facilities and the city, and is therefore an important tool for Leiden University to gain insight into how students evaluate the University's programmes and organisation. The University uses the findings of the NSE to plan and implement improvements. The results are also used for the rankings in Elsevier and the Keuzegids Hoger Onderwijs.
You can fill in the NSE completely anonymously; only your programme and starting year are known in in advance. Studiekeuze 1,2,3 guarantees the anonymity of the individual outcomes.
Results of NSE 2015
Last year, the survey showed that Leiden students are happy with their lecturers and the level of their programmes, as well as with the internship opportunities they are offered. They were less happy than students at some other universities with the feedback on teaching evaluations and with career preparations. These findings were the impetus for the University to address these issues over the past year.
The NSE can play a real role in bringing about change, so it would be a pity if your opinion was not taken into account. Another good reason to take part is that you could win one of the great prizes on offer: lots will be drawn for five prizes of six months' tuition fees (each worth 975.50 euros) and 205 bol.com vouchers (each worth 25 euros).
Use the link
You can fill in the NSE by clicking on the link you were sent on 16 January by email. If you can't find the mail, you can request a new link to the survey.