Masters students are being urged to have their say before the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) closes on 19 June.
Students who complete the survey will receive £3 in FREE print credits to say thank you for taking part.
PTES is the only national survey to focus on the experience of taught postgraduate students and last year more than 58,000 students from almost 90 institutions took part.
So far 23% of eligible students have completed the survey and claimed their free credits.
The feedback is used by universities to help identify areas for improvement in the taught postgraduate experience both at individual institutions, and nationally.
All eligible students will have received an invitation to their University email account, which includes a link to the survey. All the information provided remains confidential and the anonymised results of the survey will be made available in the autumn.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Student Experience, Professor Kelvin Everest, said: “The PTES is an extremely important survey. The data provides valuable feedback about the postgraduate student experience which we can use to guide improvements and address specific issues.”
You can find out more about improvements which have been made based on previous years’ feedback by looking at ‘student feedback’ stories on Student News.