Final response rate is now published
SDU is currently conducting a survey on the student study environment, which is why we sent out an e-mail on Tuesday, 19 February, containing a link to over 20,000 full-time students distributed across SDU’s five campuses. The evaluation of study environments is required by law and carried out at SDU every two years. SDU wants the best possible study environment for its students, meaning the best possible physical, aesthetic, virtual, mental and social frameworks.
This years response rate ended at 48.8%, which means that SDU for the third time in a row have the highest response rate among the country's universities. The high response rate corresponds to the fact that almost 10,000 students participated in the survey, which ensures that we can act on a qualified basis in the upcoming work on improving the study environment at SDU. Here you can read more about the final response rates among faculties, campus cities and programmes.
The lucky winners are …
If you answered the questionnaire, you were included in the draw for a number of cool prizes. The winners are now contacted via their SDU-mail and are published here.
In connection with the survey on study environment at SDU, Vice-chancellor Henrik Dam announced an additional competition in which all programmes had the chance to win money for their study environment. See the winners here.
Want to know more?
You can find more information about this and previous surveys on the pages in the menu to the right. For example, you canread about our confidentiality policy and find answers to frequently asked questions in the survey.
Information on the SES at SDU
The University of Southern Denmark works systematically to improve the study environment for students by carrying out an evaluation and satisfaction measurement of conditions every two years, which we at SDU refer to as a ‘Study Environment Survey’. The survey is conducted for all full-time students at the university (which is required by law). Students have the option to complete the questionnaire in either Danish or English. A similar Study Environment Survey may be carried out for part-time students upon request from the university’s faculties. The Study Environment Survey is anchored in the general occupational health and safety committee at SDU and is organised by HR Service in collaboration with Student Services. The faculties are responsible for the preparation of action plans for all programmes at the respective faculty and for involving relevant bodies in determining which initiatives/improvements to implement.