In "Studentbarometern" you will have the opportunity to express how you feel and how you perceive your study environment. Results from previous years have led to initiatives such as the Students Union's "Stories from Campus" and helped the Vice President's management team, Dean of Education and Heads of Programmes to prioritize appropriately. Your response is of the utmost importance for making Chalmers a better place for everyone. This year, the survey contains questions about distance education and what it has been like to study during an ongoing pandemic.
On 19 January, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org
containing the survey. The survey is open for responses until 12 February. Your response will be handled by the external company Quicksearch, guaranteeing anonymity and confidentiality. The link you receive is personal. Keep an eye out for the email so you don't miss the chance to make your voice heard. The questionnaire is sent to the email address you have registered in Ladok. That means it can come to a private address or to a Chalmers address. Look for it also in the spam inbox. The survey takes only 5 to 10 minutes to answer.
We look forward to your answer!
Q & A on the student survey
Chalmers' investigation into the study and work environment of its students, conducted between 19 January and 12 February 2021.
Why should I take the survey?
The survey offers you an opportunity to make a difference. Your opinions are important, and only you can relay your personal perception of your study environment. The outcome of the survey will be analyzed and lead to measures. The more students who respond, the higher the response rate and the more impact the survey will make. Most importantly: with your response, you are contributing to improvements in the study environment of all students.
Is my response anonymous?
Yes. No one at Chalmers will be able to connect responses to individual students. It will not be possible to connect any of your answers to you personally. They will only be analyzed on the relevant group level. Responses are managed by Quicksearch, guaranteeing anonymity and confidentiality.
Why are you posing these questions?
The survey gives Chalmers a better idea of how students perceive their study environment and what is required to improve it for you and your fellow students. We strive for student well-being and to reduce stress to help you achieve your desired results.
The survey poses questions about your programme, your studies and your personal situation. These questions are based on current research and legislation in the areas of working environment and discrimination.
Where and when will the results be presented?
The results will be presented during the spring. More information will be made available on the Student Portal, so keep an eye out.