Make an impact on Stockholm University and the world
All international students at the University are asked to participate in the International Student Barometer running between November 17 and December 19. The results of the survey will be used to make SU even more attractive to international students, and to help us take even better care of you who already study here.
We are striving to make sure that you, and all your fellow international students have the very best possible experience at Stockholm University which is why we are participating in this year’s global survey of students called the International Student Barometer. The survey involves all international students at the bachelor's and master's levels. The International Student Barometer asks you about your experience of learning, living and support at Stockholm University. We use the results to find out where we’re doing well and where we can make improvements to ensure that international students have the best possible experience while studying here.
Why should you answer the survey?
By taking our survey, you have the possibility to make a difference. You will provide us with valuable information to improve the experience and quality of education for yourself and for the next generation of international students. But there is more. As a thank you for your help, for every completed survey, Stockholm University will plant a tree in East Africa, to fight both poverty as well as the effects of climate change.
Answer the survey and you make both us and the world better!
How does it work?
If you are an international student at Stockholm University, on November 17th you will receive an e-mail with an invitation to answer the survey. The link to the survey is personal, so you can return to it in different moments to answer all the questions. We will not see your answers until you have completed and submitted them to us. Just remember to actually send them when you are done. The responses will be collected anonymously, but you can leave us your email if you would like to receive a certificate for the trees we plant.
And if you want to help more, please remind your fellow international students to answer their survey too!
Thank you for making us and the world better!
Last updated: December 2, 2022
Source: Communications Office