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Online survey

Tell us what you think!

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Is RWU a good place to study and work? How satisfied are the students, teachers and staff, and what improvements would they like to see? To find out, the online survey on the quality of studying, teaching and working at RWU has been launched on 22nd November 2021. All students, professors and employees of RWU are invited to participate.

Those who complete the survey get the chance to win an RWU hoodie and ideally benefit from the improvements themselves. After all, a lot has been done in recent years as a result of feedback from students and staff. "It's great to see that many suggestions could be implemented. This shows that it is worthwhile to get involved," say the responsible Prorector Professor Dr. Sebastian Mauser and Chancellor Henning Rudewig.

New format, new questions

In the past, students, teachers and staff have been able to contribute their ideas every two years in a face-to-face workshop, which always lasted several hours. This year, things are different: "We have taken on board the many requests for a more flexible format and are therefore giving the online survey a try," explains Sebastian Mauser. The questions have also been completely revised so that lecturers and staff are more involved than before. "We are extending quality management to the administration. This is also reflected in the survey," says Henning Rudewig.

Worth the effort

And what about the answers? "The results of the survey will be published internally at the university, and together with the faculties and departments we will try to take up as many suggestions for improvement as possible," assures Sebastian Mauser. Conclusion: It's worth taking part!

Click here to participate:
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The survey is open from 22nd November to 5th December 2021.
Participation is voluntary and anonymous. Participants need an RWU email address.
Those who fill out the survey completely have a chance to win an RWU hoodie.

If you have any questions, please contact

C. Reudanik