Stockholm university

We want to make SU better. Do you?

All students at the University are asked to participate in the International Student Barometer (ISB) launched during week 46. The results of the survey will be used to make SU even more attractive to all our students, and to help us take even better care of you who already study here.

We want to make SU better. Do you?

We are striving to make sure that you, and all your fellow students have the very best possible experience at Stockholm University which is why we are participating in this year’s global survey of students. For the first time ever, we are participating in both the International Student Barometer and the Student Barometer, thus involving all current students at the bachelor's and master's levels. The survey aims to know more 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 all our students have the best possible experience while studying here.

We need to know your opinion to know what works and what can be improved. Have your say!


Why should you answer the survey?

Students should have the right to exert influence over education at universities, as stated in the Higher Education Act. Student influence is an important part of Stockholm University's quality work. This is achieved through, among other things, course evaluations and student representations in various decision-making bodies. Now, each student has the opportunity to provide feedback on the University and thus influence their study environment.


How does it work?

If you are an international student at Stockholm University, during week 46 you will receive an e-mail with an invitation to answer the survey.
The survey will be conducted by the company i-graduate through a web-based questionnaire. The questionnaire takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. Please note that if you interrupt the survey midway, you will need to start over from the beginning next time. We will not see your responses until you have completed and submitted them to us. Furthermore, your responses to the survey will at all times remain confidential


Responses will be anonymously aggregated.

Your responses to the survey will at all times remain confidential. We will receive data without any unique identifiers, and we will treat all responses confidentially. The results from the survey are only presented at an aggregated level. SU is the data controller and has "tasks of public interest" (Article 6.1e GDPR) as the legal basis for the processing of the data. Please note that your personal information, such as your email address are not share by us with i-graduate.  Your responses are treated confidentially by i-graduate in accordance with SU's privacy policy. Here you can read the i-graduate privacy policy.


Stockholm University's data protection policy
Lawful grounds for personal data processing

If you want to help more, please remind your fellow students to answer their survey too!

Thank you for making Stockholm University better!