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Respond to the quality survey on Aalto student and staff restaurants from 12 to 16 March, online and QR code until March 18

All respondents are entered into a draw to win, e.g. lunch tickets. Respond and make a difference!

A survey on the quality of the staff and student restaurants will be conducted at all Aalto restaurants on the Arabia, Otaniemi and Töölö campuses from Mon 12 to Fri 16 March 2018 and online/QR code until March 18 to collect information on the views of the restaurant users on the e.g. the variety in menus, opening hours, main reasons for the choice of restaurant and the importance of the environmental impact of the food served at the restaurants. At the end of the questionnaire, there is also room for comments and suggestions for improving our services.

You can choose:

  • paper form which is available at the student and staff restaurants until March 16
  • www.tutkia.fi/aalto
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You can answer online or use QR code also during the weekend (March 17 to 18).

The survey is organised by the Aalto restaurant committee

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