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Curtin University
Office of Strategy and Planning

Market and Institutional Research

The Market and Institutional Research team (MIR) manages the qualitative and quantitative research activities in Curtin, and provides organisational performance and market data to drive the strategy and operational decisions of the University.

MIR is responsible for managing annual government funded projects, for example, the Quality Indicator of Learning and Teaching (QILT) suite of surveys including the Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS), the Course Experience Questionnaire (CEQ), and the Student Experience Survey (SES). MIR also runs institutional projects throughout the year, such as the Ngalang Waangi - Our Voice staff survey.

Information derived from these surveys is analysed by the MIR team and made available for internal users. eVALUate is Curtin's online system for students to give feedback on their units and their teachers and is managed by the MIR team (effective March 2017). Please email with any enquiries or visit the eVALUate website.

MIR also plays a role in minimising survey fatigue among Curtin's student and staff population through the Survey Approvals Process.

Our services

Market Research Institutional Research
  • Undertake and advise on market research
  • Compile market research briefs
  • Sourcing and negotiating with research suppliers
  • Project management
  • Administer and report on projects involving Curtin students, staff, and visitors
  • Provide advice on research design
  • Assist with sample selections
  • Attend to ad-hoc requests

Contact details

If you require assistance with conducting research for your area and/or require survey results, please email