Student Survey

StudentSurvey.ie National Student Engagement Survey launches, Monday 8th February, for First Year, Final Year and Postgraduate Students. Prizes on offer.

 

 

The StudentSurvey.ie National Student Engagement Survey is an annual survey that is supported by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) as well as MTU Cork and MTU Kerry Students’ Unions. This survey is your opportunity to use your student voice to influence the decision, actions and polices that impact your learning experience across MTU. Your voice can make real changes in the way MTU operates going forward.

 

First year, final year and postgraduate students are invited to participate in the survey, which is open for the next three weeks. The survey will ask you a range of questions on your thoughts and experiences of Higher Education and MTU and takes about 15 minutes to complete (most of the answers are only tick the box!).

 

Don’t worry if you don’t have the time to do it in one sitting, you can always save your work and come back to it! Just remember to submit your answers before the 26th February closing date. Survey results will remain anonymous and any details regarding your identity will only be used to identify students in the event of winning one of the incentives on offer and your participation in the survey is 100% voluntary, but we’d greatly appreciate it if you did.

 

Oh, did we mention incentives? Yup, there is a new Dell laptop or MacBook on offer to one lucky student as well as a host of smaller prizes including Apple Airpods, Fitbits and e-vouchers for those who complete the survey!

 

Interested? Great! You can do it by going to:

 

Take Survey >>

 

 

We have sent information about StudentSurvey.ie to your myCIT email, extra information about the survey can be found on the student FAQ section of StudentSurvey.ie. Any questions not covered by that, you can contact the MTU social media pages @mtu_ie, @mtucork, @mtukerry and the Student Engagement Office on Instagram @mtucork_anseo, as well as your Cork and Kerry Students’ Unions.