Every year, Times Higher Education conducts a large invitation-only survey that asks excellent academics from all over the world for their subjective judgement about the worlds most excellent universities. The number of European universities in the Top 100 constantly increasing in the last years with 31 universities present in the 2013 ranking.
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The ESNSurvey 2011 questionnaire is now online! The main focus of this year’s survey, are the mobile students of today, as they will make the labor participants in the future. So take the survey and help your fellow students!
The survey will also be looking into the impact of student mobility on the environment, satisfaction with student organizations and their impact on volunteering, hence the ESN2011 Survey "Exchange, Employment and Added Value”.
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a large student association with Europe that caters to many disciplines. ESN “works to improve the social and practical integration of international students, represents the needs and rights of international students on the local, national and international level as well as working towards the improvement and accessibility of student mobility”.
Every year, ESN launches a survey that explores the current issues connected to academic and non-academic mobility.
Answering the survey takes less than 15 minutes, and you have the opportunity to win 1 out of 3 iPods: fill in the online questionnaire, share your experience and make the difference!
Help your fellow students! Take the survey at esn.org/survey and share it with your friends!