Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Hundred days Monitor

When you’re just starting a degree programme, it can be quite overwhelming. Are the classes what you expected? What are your interactions with other students and lecturers like? Are you enjoying studying at higher professional education (HBO) level? Let us know!

Did you start your new full-time Bachelor’s programme at the AUAS in September? If so, we would like to invite you to take part in the 100-Day Monitor survey, starting on 26 November. In this questionnaire we are interested in hearing about your experiences with your new degree programme and studying at the AUAS. The more comfortable you feel within your programme, the greater your chances of earning your diploma. That’s what the 100-Day Monitor is all about! We will use your feedback to give all students a smoother and even more enjoyable start at the AUAS.

Yes, I’ll share my experience!

You will receive a personal link to access the survey in your AUAS email. Have you lost your link? Send an email and you’ll receive a new one. Completing the questionnaire will take about 10 minutes of your time.

Help improve your degree programme!

At the AUAS, your opinions and experiences matter. We would like to have your input as we work to improve the education we provide. You will therefore be invited to take part in various surveys over the course of your degree programme at the AUAS.

First-year students will begin with the 100-Day Monitor in 2018/2019. In January of each year you will also receive an invitation to complete the National Student Survey, and approximately eighteen months after you graduate we will ask you to share your experiences in the HBO Monitor. These three surveys form the basis of our educational improvement plans. Your programme may ask you some additional questions, so we hope you’ll contribute then as well. Your feedback helps to improve your programme!

Questions?

Send an email to the Institutional Research department. They will be happy to answer your questions.

Published by  Institutional Research 26 November 2018