Facts and figures Communication Science

How many students are currently enrolled? How many hours of class will you have? How satisfied are our students?

Communication Science in numbers

First year students*

238

Male / female ratio

29/71

International / Dutch students

75/25

Average number of class hours per week during the first year                       

 12-18

 Source: UvA-data (2016-2017)

* This refers to the number of first-year students enrolled in the English-language Bachelor’s programme Communication Science. ‘Studie in cijfers’ makes no distinction between the Dutch-language and English-language versions of the Bachelor’s programme in Communication Science and only shows the total intake of students for both versions of the Bachelor’s programme; this explains the difference in numbers.

How satisfied are our students?                                                                                                             

 

(very) satisfied

The programme in general

78,4%

Programme content

76,1%

Programme staff

59,2%

Acquired academic skills

79,0%

Acquired general skills

72,7%

Support during studies

58,4%

Atmosphere on campus

76,1%

Class size

76,6%

 Source: National Student Survey (NSE) 2017

The National Student Survey makes no distinction between the Dutch-language and English-language versions of the Bachelor’s programme in Communication Science. The percentages above are based on the assessments of students from both versions of the Bachelor’s programme taken as a whole.

Rankings

The University of Amsterdam (UvA) is ranked best in the world in the field of Communication Science and Media Studies in the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject.

Compare with other programmes (Studie in Cijfers)

Find out how Communication Science compares to the average national data for Bachelor’s programmes. You can compare the programme to similar programmes at other Dutch universities.

*Facts and Figures makes no distinction between the Dutch-language and English-language versions of the Bachelor’s programme in Communication Science. These figures refer to both versions of the bachelor’s programme taken as a whole.

Published by  College of Communication

3 April 2018