Feedback Survey Fall 2017
How did it go?
Your name (optional)
What is your home institution?
At which university did you study?
Tick any of the following forms of engagement with the C-B-P Centre which apply to you...
I read weekly emails
I followed events and news on Facebook
I used the Cornell-Brown-Penn site to find information I needed
I completed the travel survey whenever I travelled
I attended events/ an event
I was in touch with Bianca by email, Facebook or phone when I needed support/ had a question
I took part in Community Engagement (London only)
The Centre helped me to keep in touch with my home institution
I connected with alumni
It was just good to know there was help there if I needed it
None of the above
Tick any of the following problems which you faced at any point during your studies...
Difficulty with getting the classes I wanted/ disappointed with classes I took
Dissatisfaction with my British university (professors, student support etc.)
Problems adapting to British style of learning/ assesment
Stress induced by workload/ assignments
Didn't like/ problems caused by location of the area in which I lived (please specify in comment box at end of survey)
Difficulty in adapting to daily life and culture in Britain
Ill health, extreme tiredness or medical problem of any kind
Experiencing anxiety, depression or emotional distress
Being the victim of crime or harrassment of any kind (please specify WITH NAME in comment box at end of survey)
Feeling generally unsafe
Worrying about something that was happening/ that I was missing out on at home
Trouble managing my time (balance of work, rest and travel)
Expense of life in Britain
None of the above
Tick any of the following which you feel you achieved/ feel proud of following study abroad...
I have learned about Britain, its culture and its people
I have gained insight into perceptions of my home country
My activities in my free time expanded my cultural horizons (in the UK or through travel)
I developed my social skills/ learned to relate to a wide variety of people
I formed a friendship with someone from a different culture
Took part in Community Engagement/ felt I particpated or contributed to life in Britain in a positive way
My classes taught me something valuable/ which I might not have learned at home
I participated in university life (clubs, events, arts etc.)
I developed new confidence/ independence/ got out of my comfort zone
I am better able to adapt to new situations and solve problems
I have gained insight into my future path in my studies/ career
I felt creatively or intellectually inspired
I felt more able to relax/ reflect than at home
I had fun!
Other (you can specify at the end of the form)
None of these
If I could go back to the beginning of term, the one thing I'd do differently/ the one piece of advice I'd give myself would be...
Please suggest something which Bianca/ the Cornell-Brown-Penn Centre could do better in future, or a suggestion for something new I could try.
Please comment on anything which you particularly think should remain the same or was valuable to you about what I do/ the resources represented by the Cornell-Brown-Penn Centre.
If you used a British network provider for your cellphone, please
Did you get a British bank account?
Room for one more comment! You can leave your name if you'd like me to follow up, or if you'd like to say more on any of the questions above.
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