Social Media Survey

Survey among member student bodies and interested parties about offers and activities of the Federal Association of Foreign Students (BAS) in social media


Hello dear interested parties and BAS members,

BAS wants to evaluate and improve its activities in social media. We want to inform more precisely and better about topics of the Ausländer:innenstudium and the internationalization of the universities as well as about migration and integration in our area and the activities of the BAS.

For this we need your help. We would greatly appreciate your participation in the following survey and answering the questions. This will help us to improve our work and to be more targeted and informative in our communication on social networks.

Participation is of course voluntary and anonymous. Consent can be revoked at any time and without giving reasons. We do not request any data that could be traced back to an individual. Of course, participation can be withdrawn by cancelling the survey. However, because of the anonymity, information already provided cannot be deleted.

Availability of the survey leader:
Should questions arise during the course of the survey, you can reach the following contact person at any time: , +49 176 2345 2707.

Confidentiality/data protection:
All persons involved in the survey are subject to the duty of confidentiality and are bound to data secrecy. The survey results are to be used in anonymous form in publications. The person responsible for data processing in this survey can be reached at .
The data will be processed and stored exclusively within the scope of the EU DSG-VO.
If there are any concerns or complaints regarding the processing of the data, please contact the data protection supervisory authority. The relevant contact details can be found on the website of the State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information of Baden-Württemberg:

No personal data about you will be collected during the survey. The storage, evaluation and forwarding of the data is carried out in accordance with legal regulations and requires the following voluntary consent prior to participation in the study: