We have found an interesting English-language online survey about international undergraduates. Krisztina Pall is writing her final thesis, and she would appreciate it if you could ask her questions.
Krisztina Pall from Dunakeszi, studies sociology at Corvinus University of Budapest. She is graduating this semester, according to her plans. Her final thesis is going to be about international students. More concretely, she is interested in their motivations, attitudes, and ambitions. She is not going to step into your comfort zone with indiscrete topics. Most of the questions are connected to Hungary. The questionnaire is completely anonymous. The data will be aggregated and statistically examined.
International students are attendees who study in Hungary but are also foreigners. International education not only helps students with their language and communicating skills but also encourages students to develop a different perspective and cross-cultural understanding of their studies which will further their education and benefit them in their career. Krisztina’s research only affects students who study here throughout their whole studies, not Erasmus. Erasmus lasts up to one year. It is also significant that respondents have been to Hungary in-person because their experiences about cultural differences are more valid this way.
The questionnaire will take approximately 10 minutes at maximum.
If you have suggestions, feel free to contact her via email: firstname.lastname@example.org