Did you take the National Student Survey, but are your programme’s results not available on Studiekeuze123.nl? There could be several reasons why.
Too few respondents
If too few students who are enrolled in your course programme filled out the NSE, we can’t guarantee the privacy of the students who participated. That’s why we only show results for a course programme if there were at least 5 respondents enrolled in that programme.
Registration for the course programme has closed
For some course programmes, registration is no longer possible. Students who have already started pursuing this programme are able to finish it, but the programme is not taking any new enrolments. At Stichting Studiekeuze123 Foundation, our target audience is prospective students looking to choose a course programme. That’s why we don’t show results for programmes you can no longer enrol in, but only for programmes that are open for registration. Note, however, that your feedback still helps your university or university of applied sciences to improve the quality of their classes, courses and programmes.
The course programme isn’t publicly available
Some institutes of higher education offer programmes that aren’t open to enrolment by the general public, such as police training programmes. At Stichting Studiekeuze123 Foundation, our target audience is prospective students looking to choose a course programme. That’s why we don’t show results for these programmes on Studiekeuze123.nl. However, your programme is still part of the National Student Survey, meaning that survey results will be used to improve the quality of their classes, courses and programmes.
HBO student satisfaction
As a result of the decision made by the Vereniging Hogescholen (Netherlands Association of Universities of Applied Sciences) to cancel their participation in the 2019 NSE, we have not been able to process the 2019 results pertaining to universities of applied sciences (HBO schools). We will still show student ratings of publicly funded universities of applied science from 2018.
Looking for general results?
If you’re interested in the overall results of the NSE for universities, universities of applied sciences and higher education as a whole, go to 2019 National Student Survey Results.