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NSE meeting 15 June: a lot of opinions and free food

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All students are invited for the yearly National Student Survey (NSE) meeting this Monday, June 15, at the IDE faculty. Everyone at TU Delft is very proud of the increase in student appreciation that this ranking of student satisfaction shows for 2015. As students you know best what the improvements within your own educational programme are. With a slice of pizza in hand, let us know what you think on the 15th! Register at www.tudelft.nl/nse2015

Together we’ll dig into the NSE 2015 results and what they mean for the TU Delft and our education.

At TU Delft, we use the results and main talking points of these discussions together with the faculties to make further improvements. For instance, after last year’s session we focused on improving the exam grading periods. Teachers can now digitally confirm every exam grade online, making them readily available for students.

This year we’ll be guests at the Industrial Design Engineering faculty. The meeting starts at 17.00 hours in the Joost van der Grinten hall.

Meeting programme:
17.00 hours: Walk-in with a bite to eat
17.30 hours: Introduction

  • Welcome (Ena Voûte, dean IDE)
  • NSE, short overview of results TUD (Anka Mulder, Board of Directors)
  • Explanation of faculty workshops (Timo Kos, director O&S)

18.00 hours: Start faculty workshop sessions, led by students
19.30 hours: Closing (Anka Mulder) and drinks.

Would you like to join the conversation? Please fill in the registration form on http://tudelft.nl/NSE2015.

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