NSE 2017: 87% of TIAS participants recommend their own program

May 18, 2017
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TIAS School for Business and Society has again been very well appraised by its own participants in the National Student Survey (NSE) 2017. The total score is higher than last year: an increase from 4.22 to 4.33 on a scale of 5. TIAS results have improved in all areas covered by the survey.

Of the TIAS participants, 87% indicated that they would recommend their own program to others. The participants also gave high scores for content, lecturers and challenging education. 


“Quality is one of our top priorities. We want the best for our participants and that is what we work hard for every day. It is good to see these efforts reflected in our participants’ evaluations. So we are particularly proud of these results," says dean and director Kees Koedijk. 

Other excellent results are the high scores for the group size, quality care and internationalization. A total of 444 TIAS participants (from 13 Executive Masters, the Full-time and the Part-time MSc BA and the Full-time MBA) took part in the survey.

About the National Student Survey

The National Student Survey (NSE) was published on Thursday, May 18, 2017. NSE is a wide-ranging national survey in which every year nearly all students in higher education are invited to give their opinion about their educational program. The NSE of Stichting Studiekeuze123 (Foundation for Study Choice) is an independent partnership of the Ministry of Education, students (ISO and LSVb) and higher education institutions (Vereniging Hogescholen (the Netherlands Association of Universities of Applied Sciences), VSNU (Association of Universities in the Netherlands) and NRTO (Dutch Council for Training and Education)). See all the results (in Dutch) on www.studiekeuze123.nl

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