National Student Survey

It's time for the National Student Survey (NSE: Nationale Studenten Enquête)! This is an annual large-scale nationwide research where more then 250.000 students give feedback on their studies. Inholland University of Applied Sciences is of course also participating! You will receive an invitation via mail. Completing the questionnaire takes about 10 to 15 minutes.

Take part of the survey between 18 January until 14 March and indicate which spot your studies at Inholland deserves in the national ranking. Rate your course by giving a score!

Can't find the link to the survey?

The personal link of the survey has been sent to your Inholland-mailbox. We can imagine you missed out on the link or that you've lost the mail. No worries! Via the link below you can request the questionnaire again. Good luck with completing the survey!

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Topics covered by the National Student Survey

The National Student Survey (NSE) consists of a questionnaire asking students to rate the following aspects of their course programme and institution:

  • Content of the study programme
  • Skills acquired
  • Preparation for a professional career
  • Teachers and lecturers
  • Information provided
  • Study facilities
  • Testing and assessment
  • Programme schedules
  • Study load
  • Academic guidance/counselling

Students extremely satisfied with their study programmes at Inholland

For the fourth year in a row, students' satisfaction with their study programmes at Inholland University of Applied Sciences has increased. Notably, there has been a slight dip nationally; Inholland is actually the only broad-based university of applied sciences in the Randstad region to show an increase. Especially the Associate Degree Crossmedia Communication in Diemen and Construction Engineering in Haarlem experienced a sharp increase in satisfaction. Programmes in the field of social work received high marks as well. These are the results of the National Student Survey, the leading satisfaction survey among students in higher education, which is commissioned by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. Over a quarter of a million students took part in the survey. 

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