New deadline: 10 April! What is it really like to be a student in the third year of the pandemic? Share your answers in Norway's largest survey on students' health and well-being.
The 2022 SHoT survey will be distributed to more than 180,000 Norwegian students on 8 February. When you have answered the survey, you are in the draw for 100 gift cards worth NOK 500 each!
Full-time students in Norway (not international students), Norwegian students abroad and technical school students can answer the SHoT survey. New this year is that the survey also includes students over the age of 35. All students who have loans through Statens Lånekasse will receive the survey by e-mail.
You log in with BankID and enter which institution you study at and which welfare organisation you belong to. The survey takes 15-20 minutes to answer.
Conditions at the campus
Well-being and quality of life
Physical and mental health
Suicidality and self-harm
Bullying and sexual harassment
Corona related topics
We urge you to embrace this opportunity to "report" how you feel! It is on the basis of YOUR feedback that we who work with student health and well-being, can develop even better services that suit today's students.
SHoT is the Students' health and well-being survey, and is normally conducted every four years. The previous ordinary survey was conducted in 2018 with over 50,000 responses. In 2021 an additional survey was conducted with the aim to capture how students were doing during the pandemic.
SHoT aims is to map students' health and well-being in a broad sense, with the main emphasis on psychosocial conditions.
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health conducts SHoT on behalf of the three largest student welfare organisations in Norway (SiO, Sammen and SiT).
Read more about SHoT at studenthelse.no (Norwegian website only).
Read more about SHoT at studenthelse.no (Norwegian website only)