Survey "Feeling good?"
The results of the first edition of the Feeling Good? survey are now available.
This survey, carried out for the first time by Uni-Social, took place from 10 May to 31 May 2021 and was conducted online among students enrolled at Unifr, from their 3rd semester of studies.
Within the framework of this survey, 1465 Unifr students, i.e. almost one in five, expressed themselves on subjects relating to their studies, their well-being, their quality of life, their health, as well as concerns and difficulties encountered during the spring 2021 semester, particularly in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic.
- 26.8% of students finance their studies mainly through gainful employment
- 27.3% of students report a fairly precarious financial situation
- 62.6% of students have a paid job in parallel with their studies
- 61.1% of students report an overall satisfactory quality of life. The majority of dissatisfied students attribute this dissatisfaction to the Covid-19 pandemic
- 84.8% of students report frequent to continuous fatigue
- 69.2% of students report an increase in screen time (outside of study)
- 33.8% of students spend more than 4 hours a day on a screen (excluding studies)
- 41.6% of students consider their morale to be unsatisfactory
have thought of interrupting their studies
have sought psychosocial help
- 70.4% of students rate their stress level as high or very high. The main stress factors mentioned were: workload related to studies (60.9%), difficulties in organising and planning studies (38.7%), uncertainty about the professional future (38.2%) and feelings of social isolation (38.1%)
- 26.9% of students reported a deterioration in their health in the 6 months prior to the survey
- 63.1% of students are satisfied with the conditions of distance learning
- 47.3% of students consider that the overall impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on their quality of life is neutral to somewhat positive
- The most frequently cited negative impacts of Covid-19 are: loss of motivation (69%), feeling of social isolation (64.6%), lower morale (58.4%) and increased stress level (51.7%)
aspire to a hybrid education
Uni-Social pays particular attention to the well-being, quality of life and health of Unifr students. The survey conducted in May 2021 aims to contribute to the smooth running of studies by promoting the support services available on campus to Unifr students, with the aim of preventing the escalation of critical situations.
The information collected in the framework of this survey will allow Uni-Social to reflect the feelings and needs of Unifr students in terms of well-being and health, and to reflect objectively on the situation with a view to improving the quality of support services and offers.
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