If you’re a fan of big cats or rhinos, you’ll love this prize! Join the zoo keeping team for a day at Merseyside’s Knowsley Safari Park with an interactive animal encounter.
The one-day prize involves meeting the animal team specialists before driving out on safari to get up close to the rhinos or big cats. Once at the enclosure, you can help the team to clean or feed the animals and learn about their lives. The prize also includes entry to the park for the day which includes amusements, keeper talks and animal displays as well as the animal safari.
To be in with the chance of winning, all you need to do is enter the National Student Survey. The survey, which closes on 30th April, gives final year undergraduate students the opportunity to share their views about their experience at University and should only take 10 minutes to complete.
If you enter the National Student Survey, you’ll go into our prize draw and could win one of the following prizes:
- A £200 Red Letter Days voucher: You can spend the voucher on an experience; anything from a ride in a hot air balloon through to a Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio Tour or the animal encounter at Knowsley Safari Park
- Graduation package: Including gown hire and photography (1 large 10”x8” and 2 small prints 5”x4”)
Twenty lucky students have already walked away with prizes following the February and March draws. The April draw is the last chance to win and there are 10 prizes up for grabs.
If you enter the survey, we’ll also give a £1 donation to charity. This year the total raised will be split between the Liverpool Guild of Students’ four annual charities – Papyrus, Mencap Liverpool, Options for Supported Living, and The Whitechapel Centre.
Animal encounter at Knowsley Safari Park
If you win a voucher and choose to spend your prize on the animal encounter you could soon be meeting and helping to feed your favourite big cats or rhinos on a day out at Knowsley Safari Park.
How to enter the National Student Survey
To be in with the chance of winning one of the prizes, simply complete the form on our National Student Survey webpage and click ‘Start the survey’.
The National Student Survey is commissioned by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and administered by independent research agency Ipsos MORI.
You can find out more about improvements which have been made at the University based on previous years’ feedback by checking out our Your Student Feedback page or searching the Student Feedback category on the Student News website.