Ergebnisse der Studierenden Befragung
In the summer semester of 2021, we, the steering committee for student health management, asked all enrolled students at ASH Berlin to participate in the survey on study conditions at ASH Berlin and well-being. Here you can find information and results of the survey from the summer semester 2021.
The results of the questionnaire are a "treasure trove of data" that provides a basis for data on study conditions and student health specifically at ASH Berlin. This can also be used to assess the mental health risks of students. Other stakeholders at the university will be able to use this data to improve study conditions and make them more conducive to health. Other stakeholders at the university will be able to use this data to improve study conditions and make them more conducive to health.
The health-related data show that one third (32.6%) of the respondents* state that they consider their general state of health to be somewhat to strongly impaired. This contrasts with 37.4%* who assessed that their general state of health was not at all to rather not impaired.
In addition, about half of the students* (53.5%) stated that they get tired more quickly. Also, 48.1%* report difficulty concentrating.
Slightly more than half of the students* (50.8%) said they felt it was a burden to do something for their studies every day. About half of the students*(49.3%), reported discomfort in the neck, shoulders and arms.
*who rated the item
*die das Item eingeschätzt haben
About half of the students* (46.9%) perceive the change in teaching methods due to the COVID 19 pandemic as a significant stress factor.
A deterioration in their own academic performance since the beginning of the COVID 19 pandemic is perceived by 37.1% of the surveyed students* at ASH Berlin.
The majority (62.0%) of students* report (rather) no financial worries due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
*who assessed the item
In StudiBiFra, after items on a topic, the need for action on this topic was also asked. This is an aid to deriving measures in order to obtain indications of the most urgent topics for which there is a need for action. In order to derive measures, it is relevant to deepen the feedback on the need for action. Participatory formats such as focus groups are used for this purpose.
The needs for action that were assessed as low are at least as important and helpful as the urgently assessed needs. Why? They provide indications of where the university's resources and strengths lie.