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Results of National Student Survey ready

12 May 2016

The results of the National Student Survey by Studiekeuze123 are in. Thirty-six percent of UG students, over 10,000 of them, participated in the survey. They gave their respective programmes a rating of 4.05 out of 5 on average, and gave the atmosphere a rating of 4.15.

In all, the students assessed 17 aspects of studying, each of which consisted of two or more sub- questions. On 12 aspects, including content, skills, study counselling, examination and group size, the UG scored between 3.5 and 4, with career preparation (3.03) and study environment (4.29) representing the extremes.

On the aspects of study environment, accommodation, study facilities, student workload and scheduling, the UG scored above the national average. Satisfaction with quality management, career preparation, general skills and content is slightly below the national average among UG students.

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