Three FASoS education programmes first place in Elsevier Ranking 2018

In the Elsevier Best Studies 2018 ranking (text in Dutch only), both the bachelor’s programmes European Studies and Arts and Culture ended up first in their category. Within the master’s programmes the research master’s in Cultures of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST) ended up first.

The Elsevier ranking is based on the National Student Survey (NSE). The ranking is composed of students’ ratings in six categories: facilities, education, design of the programmes, teachers, testing, organisation and communication.

Within the Bachelor European Studies students are very satisfied with the design of the programme (79%) and 84% would recommend the programme to others. 85% of the students is satisfied with the internationalisation.

Within the Bachelor Arts & Culture students are satisfied with the teachers (72%) and 73% would recommend the programme to others. 75% of the students is satisfied with the internationalisation.

CAST has 79% of satisfied students. They are especially satisfied about the teachers (89%), the education (84%) and the testing (83%). 86% of the students is satisfied with the internationalisation.

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