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Windesheim has most satisfied students with a support need

  • Tuesday 31 October 2023
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For the 5th time, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences ranks first in the category of major universities of applied sciences, in the area of studying with a support need and/or studying with a disability. The Centre of Expertise for Inclusive Education (ECIO) publishes this annual student satisfaction report.

Windesheim has received the best scores in its category on all topics. Student satisfaction is highest with the provisions to facilitate studying with a support need, the test facilities offered and the information students receive after a personal meeting. Students appreciate the commitment, understanding and counselling with all available options. This is a great compliment to all staff working hard to help students who really need this support.

The report also points out that there is still room for improvement of the information provision. This goes for information on reporting support needs as well as for the available digital information. At Windesheim too we will continue to develop in this regard. 

Ranking of universities of applied sciences

Ranking of universities of applied sciences

Best-ranking higher-education institutions

Among the major universities of applied sciences, the students of Windesheim UAS are the most satisfied. HAS Green Academy and Van Hall Larenstein UAS score high among medium-sized universities of applied sciences. Among the small universities of applied sciences, students of Driestar Educatief, Pedagogical UAS de Kempel and Foundation UAS Viaa are the most satisfied. The highest-ranking universities are University for Humanistic Studies, University of Twente, Wageningen University and Radboud University Nijmegen.

NSE includes studying with a support need

The report is based on the results of the National Student Survey (NSE) 2023. ECIO analysed the answers given by students with a support need in the NSE 2023. The NSE includes a separate module to cover this.

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