Find out which study association has won the NSE!
The National Student Survey (NSE) has ended. In seven weeks time, the NSE was completed by 14.551 students at Leiden University - a response rate of almost 45%. This was the highest percentage of all universities in the Netherlands. At the Faculty of Science, the NSE was also completed by a large number of students: over 46% of the students gave their opinion. Do you want to know what will be done with the results? But most of all, which study association has the highest response rate and wins a contribution to organise an activity for their members? Then check out this video:
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In the NSE, students give their opinion on all aspects of their education, for example the curriculum, teachers, teaching methods and communication. With the results from the NSE, the university can identify which aspects are going well and which need improvement.
Race of the study associations
The six Science study associations are also committed to having as many students as possible fill in the NSE. The Leidse Biologen Club (LBC) achieved the highest percentage of completed surveys: 50.94 percent of their members completed the NSE. This means that LBC receives a contribution from the faculty for an (online) activity. This put them just ahead of Shift, which finished at 50.18 percent. De Leidsche Flesch, Aesculapius, CDL and LIFE achieved percentages of 44.74 percent, 44.68 percent, 43.55 percent and 34.18 percent respectively.
Disclaimer: the results shown are based on response figures that were received on 15 March. Small corrections are still possible. The lead of the winning study association can no longer be made up.