The UK Engagement Survey (UKES) is a national survey which gives you the opportunity to tell us about your learning experience at Queen Mary. It is open to all undergraduate students who are not eligible to complete the National Student Survey.
The survey opens at Queen Mary on Monday 1 February and closes on Friday 9 April.
The UKES is co-ordinated by Advance HE, a national body that champions teaching excellence. The survey asks you about things like how you engage with the learning on your course, how you work with others, and what kind of activities help you to learn. It is a chance to reflect on how you study and what might help your studies in the future.
The results of the UKES at Queen Mary will feed in to analysis undertaken across all participating institutions, so your feedback will also provide insight into the student experience nationally, as well as here.
We hope that this will help improve your learning outcomes and those of future students. As the UKES is for all undergraduates not completing the National Student Survey (for final-year undergraduates), your responses can make a difference while you’re still studying with us.
The impact of coronavirus has affected us all in different ways. Some of those who have been affected most are the charities who work tirelessly to support the most vulnerable in our community. For every UKES survey completed, we will make a 50p charity donation. Students’ Union Faculty Vice Presidents and Course Reps were asked to help pick a charity on behalf of their Faculty – donations will be made to the chosen charities based on the number of completions. The chosen charities are:
If you have any queries about the survey, please contact Johnny Dixon, Student Experience and Surveys Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find out more on the Advance HE website.