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Survey results

SHoT - Students' health and well-being survey 2021 - additional survey

Students' health and well-being survey (SHoT) shows that the pandemic has affected a number of the student negatively. Several students experience loneliness, and there is an increase in the number who report a high level of mental illness. Les rapporten her

SHoT – Students' health and wellbeing survey 2018

The survey maps the students' health and well-being in a broad sense. All Norwegian full-time students between the ages of 18 and 35, who at the time pursued higher education, were invited to participate. Les rapporten her

SHoT – Students' health and well-being survey 2010

The survey maps the students' health and well-being in a broad sense, mainly focusing on psychosocial relations. In addition to being carried out in Stavanger, the survey also took place in Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Oppland, Telemark, and Finnmark. Les rapporten her

Students' satisfaction with SiS 2017

1007 students participated in the survey, which mapped student satisfaction with SiS' various areas. The selection of students was random among full-time students connected to SiS. The totals are weighted to be representative of the student population regarding gender, place of study, and portion living in SiS housing. Les rapporten her (PDF)

Students' satisfaction with SiS 2014

1136 students participated in the survey, which mapped customer satisfaction with SiS' various areas. The selection of students was random among full-time students connected to SiS. The totals are weighted to be representative of the student population regarding gender, place of study, and portion living in SiS housing. Les rapporten her (PDF)