The students' perspective

TU Student Survey 2023


In the current summer semester, all students at TU Darmstadt are invited to take part in an online survey on topics related to their studies.

How can learning experiences and study satisfaction be summed up? What motivates you in your studies and what burdens you? How are advisory services, exam organisation and offers for international students rated?

In the summer semester of 2023, all students at TU Darmstadt have the opportunity to share their perspectives and opinions on study-related topics for the fourth time. The insights gained into the functionality of study programmes and general study conditions contribute to their further development.

Three Minutes Update Teaching (Episode 8)

The Vice President, Academic Affairs and Diversity, Prof. Heribert Warzecha, addresses the students in person. Today's topic: TU Student Survey 2023. (with english subtitles)

Important component for the quality assurance of the study programmes

Since 2017, TU students have been comprehensively asked about their personal experiences every two years and intensive work is being done with the survey results. This is also noticeable in the fact that almost all departments bring in their own questions for their students. For example, the survey results are of great importance for the further development of the study programmes and for the improvement of central service offerings. The results of the central survey complement student assessments of individual courses (course evaluations) as well as retrospective assessments of the entire degree programme (graduate survey) and, like these, are part of the quality assurance of study and teaching.

Support the survey and motivate your students to participate in the current survey.

The survey - at a glance

When? The survey runs from mid-April to around the end of June

Who? All enrolled students (BA, MA, Teaching degrees)

How? Online, invitation from Vice-President, Academic Affairs and Diversity Heribert Warzecha with link and TAN by mail.

Time? 20 – 30 minutes are needed to answer the questions (including some free text fields)

Results? After the survey, the Center for Educational Development and Technology (HDA) produces a university-wide results report as well as subject and study area reports

Commissioner: Prof. Dr. Heribert Warzecha, Vice President, Academic Affairs and Diversity, together with the Directorate II – Studies and Teaching

Conception and implementation: Centre for Educational Development (HDA)

Further information:

Barbara Senft/HDA