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International Student Barometer Survey 2016

WIN! WIN! WIN! Here is a chance for you to win a $1,000 cash prize!!

As one of our valued students, we are asking for your thoughts on what it’s like to be a student at the University of Adelaide. This survey is your opportunity to tell us what’s working/not working and what you think of your University experience to date. Your response, together with the response from others, will help us to improve the student experience for current and future students. If you have responded in previous years to this survey please do so again now. We recognize that opinions change over time. Equally, if previous concerns remain, it is really helpful for us to find out.

As a thank you for completing the questionnaire, i-graduate offers the opportunity to win a $1,000 cash prize or you can suggest a $1,000 donation to charity. In addition to this, the University will be offering a weekly prize of a $200 gift voucher.

Please click here for your chance to have your say and the opportunity to win $1000. Kindly disregard this, if you have already completed the ISB Survey for this year. Thank you for your participation and inputs!

As a result of previous feedback from international students the University has maintained many of the things that students value and importantly we have been able to enhance services based on the feedback we have received. This includes increasing internet quotas, creating hubs and providing student kitchen facilities, creating the Language and Cultural Engagement program, funding projects to enhance the information provided to students as they transition from home to Adelaide and much more. You can find out more about the International Student Centre and earlier results on our website.

The survey will take about 15-20 minutes to complete and I strongly encourage you to take some time to provide us with your valuable and important feedback.

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