From June 3rd to June 30th 2014, Croatian students have the chance to participate in an online survey (survey is completely anonymous) on social and economic conditions of student life. The research is part of an international project called EUROSTUDENT which is aimed to compare data on the student population from 27 European countries. Students need to fill out an online questionnaire on the website www.eurostudent.hr to provide information about the Student Life conditions, plans to continue their studies, the international mobility and how satisfied they are with their college experience.
All further information relating to the research can be followed on the Facebook page EUROSTUDENT.hr (http://goo.gl/hgdLIu).
In case of any questions and uncertainties, please contact the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
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