HSE Student Survey: Combining Business with Pleasure
In November, HSE is launching its Student Survey. This year, students will be able to not only share their experiences about life at the university, but also take part in a competition to win an electric scooter.
Every year, HSE students are invited to participate in the large-scale survey covering a wide range of topics related to educational and non-academic experience at HSE. Student feedback helps the university to make changes for the better, as their opinions are taken into account by HSE’s administration and the Student Council. The 2018 survey tackles various issues such as:
- students' attitude to the ongoing changes in the academic processes at HSE;
- assessing the conditions for academic and extracurricular activities at HSE;
- involvement in student life, etc.
This year, the most active participants will also take part in a competition, where the first prize is an electric scooter!
How can I participate?
All students will receive an e-mail with a link to the survey before November 21.
If for any reason you don't receive an e-mail by this date, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: “I want to take part in the Student Survey”.
How can I take part in the competition?
Student life at HSE is full of great occasions to create new memes. We invite all students to take part in the meme competition about student life at HSE.
To participate, please take the following steps:
- complete the Student Survey;
- make your own unique meme about student life at HSE;
- upload your meme at the end of the survey questionnaire.
Please note that only those students who have completed the entire Student Survey can take part in the competition. The first-prize winner will receive an electric scooter and a JBL pocket speaker, while other winners will get HSE branded bomber jackets.
The competition results will be announced at the end of December. Further information about the competition will be published on the HSE Centre for Institutional Research’s website.