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Pathways Student Survey: March 2008

Dear [Pathways student],

For the first time since Pathways to Philosophy was founded in 1995, we are conducting a comprehensive survey of all past and present Pathways students. I very much hope that you will take part.

I am sending this email message to everyone in the student roll, currently standing at 651 students in 60 countries around the world.

Over the years, we have received praise and criticism. The latter has helped shape the Pathways offerings in innumerable ways. However, there are many students who have never voiced their views one way or the other.

We would therefore like to hear from you about your experiences of studying with Pathways. Tell us your thoughts about what works — as well as what doesn't — and how the tuition and support that we provide might be further improved.

Please tell us also if you have any ideas for new projects that we might undertake. Or tell us if there is any way that you can contribute your efforts to Pathways.


Below, is a simple questionnaire designed for all Pathways students. Not all the sections will apply to you. However, please complete the questionnaire as fully as possible.

The final question asks whether you would agree to the publication of your comments. If you have something positive to say about Pathways I hope that you will allow us to reproduce what you have written.

All the questions ask you to express your views in your own words. This is your chance to have your say.

Please send the completed questionnaire back to me at

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

All the best,

Geoffrey Klempner
(Director of Studies)

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The Pathways Student Survey 2008 was conducted by the Pathways School of Philosophy.
Pathways is run in association with the International Society for Philosophers.
International Society for Philosophers