How students develop personally through experiences during their studies? Participate in the Campus International survey!
The questionnaire includes questions on student’s background, personality traits and behavior. The survey is therefore also an opportunity to learn about yourself. The participants reply the questionnaire twice and the results are compared.
What is the aim of this study?
With this study, we want to investigate how young adults develop personally through the experiences they gain during their studies. A special focus is on experiences with internationality in studies - during a stay abroad or during studies in Finland.
Who can participate:
All students studying in higher education institutions in Finland. A planned exchange abroad is not a prerequisite for participation. We are also looking for participants who are not planning a stay abroad during their studies or are still undecided about this.
Help us gather data on this important and interesting topic. The study does not pursue any commercial interests; the aim is to gain scientific knowledge*. Participants who have completed both questionnaires can receive personal feedback with an individual evaluation of some of their information after the end of the last survey round if they wish. For the success of the study, we kindly ask to forward the questionnaire to other students for example through Facebook-groups.
You can register through the following link and filling out a short registration questionnaire as soon as possible. You will then be sent a link to the actual questionnaire by e-mail shortly, as well as again in a few months. The questionnaires are in English.
If you have any questions about the study, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail erasmus.korkeakoulutus [at] oph.fi
Thank you very much in advance for your support!
* Participation is voluntary and can be terminated at any time. The personal information collected will be treated as strictly confidential in accordance with the applicable data protection regulations. The data is evaluated anonymously, by storing personal information separately from other questionnaire data.