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National Student Housing Survey

Fill out this survey and you could be in with a chance on winning an iPad mini

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By submitting your response, you may enter the draw to win an iPad mini or one of five 50EUR One4all Multi-Store Gift Card. All you have to do is to leave your e-mail address at the very end of the survey.

National Student Housing Survey is a national survey about the housing situation of students across the country. It focuses on five areas:

  • Demographics;
  • Accommodation status and conditions;
  • Satisfaction with current accommodation;
  • Past experiences and preferences of all students living and studying in Ireland.

What to expect?

The survey will take around 20 minutes to complete. It is divided into 6 modules: current study situation, current housing situation, finding a place, satisfaction with your accommodation, accommodation conditions and past experiences. Each module consists of single-choice, multiple-choice and open-ended questions. All entries are anonymous and the results will be presented only in an aggregated format.

How to take part?

Just click here and go directly to the survey

Why participate?

Housing crisis in Ireland has had a negative impact on studying trends, academic performance and mental health of students. USI wants to gather evidence of the current student accommodation that will feed into a report on current student housing situation, which will serve as evidence for student accommodation strategy that is being drafted at the moment.

You can visit or to find out about other activties of USI with regard to housing. 

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Published Jan­u­ary 11th2017
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