Student Experience Survey
The Student Experience Survey (SES) is a national survey of first year and final year undergraduate students, who study at Australian campuses. This survey aims to gain an understanding of the experience that students have at each institution. The survey was first piloted in 2011 with results used by both universities and government to improve teaching and learning in Australia. In 2015, SES was renamed from the University Experience Survey (UES) and forms part of the Federal Government's Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) initiative.
How to complete the survey
QILT has engaged the Social Research Centre (SRC) to work with institutions to administer the SES. SRC will send direct emails regularly to eligible students during the campaign period from 1 to 29 August 2016. Targeting study areas that traditionally underperform in terms of response rates, SRC will contact participants via courtesy remind phone calls, which will be followed up with the survey link sent to nominated email addresses.
All institutions will be covered under one national prize pool for the 2016 SES (August collection). The national prize pool will total $32,000, comprised of four weekly prize pools of $8,000. Each weekly prize pool will be made up of 3 x $1,000, 5 x $500 and 10 x $250 prepaid VISA gift cards. The $1,000 gift cards will be drawn nationally and the $500, $250 and $100 will be drawn according to states and territories. All conduct related to the prize draw including permits, drawing of prizes, contacting winners, and advertising of winners will be carried out by the SRC. The terms and conditions of the prize pool is available at http://www.srcentre.com.au/sestcs.
For more information, please visit http://www.srcentre.com.au/.
For previous national reports, please visit Student Experience Survey National Reports.
Curtin reports are available to Curtin staff and can be downloaded from: http://planning.curtin.edu.au/mir/download.cfm (login required).
Curtin internal reporting enquiries can be directed to SES@curtin.edu.au.