The UK Engagement Survey (UKES) is a national survey for undergraduate students. It invites you to reflect on your time at University so far in relation to your course and wider learning experience. The survey is run each spring term and is open to first, second and some third/final year students.
We’re keen to make sure students have the best possible experience while studying at the University. To do that we need to know what we are doing well and what we can do better. The survey is a chance to reflect on how you study and what might help your studies in future. The results also help the University and Students’ Union to make changes that will improve what we do in future and to make sure we keep doing the things that are of value to students.
If you’re eligible to complete the survey, we will contact you in the Spring Term to invite you to take part.
For more information about UKES
Sharing your information
The University passes details of students in their first, second (and a small number of third/final year undergraduate students) to JISC who co-ordinate the UK Engagement Survey on behalf of Advance HE. This data is used only for the survey and removed from their systems as soon as the survey is over. All responses are reported anonymously.
The University will contact eligible students by email and text during the survey period. If you do not wish to receive any communications and/or want to opt out of the survey, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org providing your full name and course registration number.