Hogeschool van Amsterdam

National Student Survey (NSE)

How would you score your degree programme? How do you feel about your course timetable, curricular content and lecturers? The National Student Survey delves into these questions and many more.

Gaining insight into students’ opinions is important to us at the AUAS. We use this information to improve the quality of education offered by our institution. The results of the National Student Survey are available on the Studiekeuze123 website. Prospective students can visit this site to compare degree programmes.

Universities of Applied Sciences end participation in National Student Survey

Along with almost all Dutch higher education institutions, we took part in the National Student Survey (NSE) in previous years. However, on 26 March, the Netherlands Association of Universities of Applied Sciences decided to withdraw from participating in the 2019 survey. Read the news item ‘Universities of applied sciences withdraw from participation in National Student Survey’. As a result, we are collecting feedback from students in other ways this year.

Other ways

In 2019, we gathered students’ opinions by conducting a survey among the AUAS student panel. While the results are enough to give us an idea of AUAS students’ satisfaction, they do not provide us with detailed information about what is going on within your degree programme. To this end, each programme will collect feedback from its students as well. Two examples: students may be asked to complete a teaching evaluation, or the degree programme committee members may meet with the programme manager. This feedback is crucial to improving your programme and AUAS as a whole. Read this news item for the survey results.

More information

The National Student Survey is conducted by Studiekeuze123. If you have questions about the survey at AUAS, send an email to Lieke van Berlo.

Published by  Institutional Research 9 July 2019