Six students have received £50 Amazon vouchers following the first prize draw from students who have completed the UK Engagement Survey (UKES).
The survey gives undergraduate students the opportunity to share their views about how they have been supported to engage with their course.
Pictured left: Benjamin Foskett from the School of Engineering is one of the first prize draw winners
To say thank you for taking part, students who complete the survey will be entered into a faculty prize draw for the month they take part to win one of two £50 Amazon vouchers.
The next prize draw will take place on Friday, 15 April 2016.
Students who are eligible to take part will receive an invitation email which includes a unique link to the survey. Please check your University email account.
The survey is run by the Higher Education Academy and is carried out by institutions across the country. Students are asked to comment on a number of areas including critical thinking, working with other students, interacting with staff and course challenge.
The results will help the University to make changes that will improve what we do in the future and to keep doing the things that are of value.
The survey is open until Thursday, 16 June and should take around 10 minutes to complete. All of your responses will remain confidential.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Gavin Brown, said: “The results of surveys like UKES are extremely important to the University. Student feedback is crucial to our constant efforts to improve and provide the very best experience for all our students. We want to hear from as many students as possible so that we can focus on the things that will really make a difference. Make sure you have your say.”
If you have any queries about UKES or other student surveys, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org