University Experience Survey (UES)
The University Experience Survey (UES) is an opportunity for current UQ students to talk about their university experience. University students across Australia are surveyed and results help both universities and government improve the student experience including teaching and learning.
The University Experience Survey is administered by Graduate Careers Australia in association with the Social Research Centre, and is funded by the Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education.
Students are invited to participate in this survey by email. This year’s survey will go to a selection of undergraduate (first and last year) and all postgraduate students. Students are encouraged to check their student email to see if they received the survey.
The 2013 survey will be conducted between 2nd - 30th September. Students who complete the survey before Monday 16 September, will go in the draw to win a $500 Coles-Myer voucher or 1 of 5 $100 vouchers.
This is an important research exercise for the University and we encourage all students to get involved.
For more information on the survey, visit www.ues.edu.au
How to promote the survey
We encourage all UQ staff to promote this important research to students, in particular if your role involves communicating with undergraduate students in their first or last year, or postgraduate coursework students. Please find a list of resources below to assist with promotion:
- Screensaver - click here
- Social media posts:
Want to make your mark on higher education in Australia? Watch your inbox for your invitation to participate in the 2013 University Experience Survey. Find out more at www.ues.edu.au
All opinions matter! The 2013 #University Experience Survey is underway. Watch your student inbox www.ues.edu.au #UES