By collecting retrospective evaluations of study offerings and conditions as well as surveying students for information on their skills when they finish their programs, the university determines to what extent the degree programs offered prepare students for the requirements of working life and in what areas there is a need for further development. This survey is conducted every two years. The results are used for program development purposes.
For more information on the graduate survey, the questionnaire, and the results of past surveys, please click here.
The survey of students in bachelor’s degree programs is conducted across all programs every four years. Ongoing feedback from students on various aspects, such as degree program structure, conditions of study, infrastructure options, and study habits is elicited with an eye to identifying potential approaches to improve the degree programs at Freie Universität Berlin.
For more information on the survey of students in bachelor’s degree programs and the results of past surveys, please click here.
The survey of students who have left their programs without earning a degree is conducted every four years. The goal of this retrospective evaluation of degree program structure, study conditions, infrastructure offerings and study prerequisites, living conditions, and study habits is to determine the subjective reasons why students change majors or universities or stop studying altogether, thereby allowing the university to identify potential ways to reduce withdrawal rates, both before students start a program and over the course of their studies.
For more information on the survey of students who have withdrawn or otherwise disenrolled and the results of past surveys, please click here.