4th Saxon student survey starts at HGB

A survey of students at art colleges in Saxony will start on April 21. Students at universities and universities of applied sciences will also be surveyed in parallel. This study is sponsored by the Sächsisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst and conducted by the Kompetenzzentrum für Bildungs- und Hochschulforschung (KFBH) at the TU Dresden under the direction of Prof. Dr. Karl Lenz.

This is only the second time that the Saxon Student Survey has included art colleges. The first time was in 2005. This also gives our students the opportunity to provide detailed information about their positive and negative study experiences, their personal situation and further study planning, and to contribute to an overall picture of study conditions in Saxony. The current study focuses on the effects of the Corona pandemic on teaching and study progress, as well as the counseling and support services offered by the universities.

The rectorate of the HGB Leipzig expressly supports this study and asks you to participate in the survey. This study significantly expands the existing knowledge about study quality and forms an important basis for our further development of the study programs.  It is an important addition to the previous internal university surveys and provides essential impulses for the quality management of the art colleges in Saxony.

For this study, students were randomly selected by our university. These selected students are contacted by email by KfBH and invited to the survey. With this mail a personal access link to the online questionnaire is sent. All data protection regulations are strictly followed during this survey. Of course, participation is voluntary and anonymous; no personal data is stored.

However, take advantage of the opportunity to participate in this study and contribute your experience. The quality of the study depends very much on a high level of participation.
If you are interested in the results of the previous three Saxon Student Surveys, you can find the research reports on the Saxon Student Survey project website.