Friday 28 March 2014
If you are postgraduate taught student you will be contacted by Queen Mary to ask you to consider responding to the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES). You will receive an email from Professor Susan Dilly, Vice-Principal for Teaching and Learning at Queen Mary on Wednesday 2 April that contains your unique link to complete the survey, so check your Queen Mary email for the link.
The PTES is your chance to feedback to us about your time as a postgraduate taught student at Queen Mary. It is always helpful to hear of suggested improvements or initiatives that we can make to improve the experience of postgraduate students.
This year, Queen Mary has committed to donating 50p to a charity for every response we receive. The charity we have chosen this year is 'ReachOut!' This is a mentoring charity that works with children in disadvantaged communities to raise aspirations and help them grow in character and competence. Over forty Queen Mary students work with this charity via the Queen Mary Students' Union volunteering scheme. You can find out more here: www.reachoutuk.org.
The PTES is open until Friday 30 May. The surveys only take around ten minutes to complete and all responses are treated as confidential. The findings we publish, internally and externally, will be aggregated and anonymised. Please note that when completing the survey, once you move on from a page, you cannot return to it.
If you have any queries about the surveys, please contact Simon Booy, Executive Officer for Teaching and Learning at Queen Mary: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PTES is a national survey managed by the Higher Education Academy. You can find out more about the surveys at www.heacademy.ac.uk/ptes.