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Last change: fill out the National Student Survey

Have you not filled out the NSE yet? This is your last chance. The duration of the NSE has been extended until 7 April. The response rate of the entire faculty on 26 March is 33.86%. If we as a faculty achieve a response rate of 50%, the faculty will treats you to cake!

The current rankings of the study programme’s of our faculty. The response rate of the entire faculty on 7 March is 33.86 %.

About the NSE
Clearly, you fill out the National Student Survey to help improve your study programme. On Saturday 2 February, you have received an e-mail from Studiekeuze123 containing a personal invitation for you to give your opinion about your study programme.

Our students’ ideas are very important to the faculty and for our ability to continually improve the education, facilities and study environment we offer. After all, who knows better than our students what it’s like to study with us?

NSE results
The faculty in general, and your programme in particular, will use the results of the NSE to improve the programme – for example, the support you receive as a student as you prepare to enter the labour market. You were not quite satisfied with that aspect in the last survey, which is why we have set up the Science Career Service to offer you, the student, advice about your opportunities in the labour market.

Extra incentive
As an extra incentive to fill out the survey, the NSE is giving away various prizes. And there’s something else you might like to know: besides cookies, the faculty treats you to cake when the response rate will be 50%! What’s more, this year there’s again a competition between the faculty study associations: the association with the highest response rate will receive a contribution to a sports activity of their choice.

Of course, the main reason you fill out the NSE is to help improve your degree programme. Visit Facebook and Instagram to follow the current rankings in the student associations competition, or the student’s website.

We are looking forward to hearing what you have to say. Thank you for your help!

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