Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) 2014 – Have you had your say?

Students who haven’t yet had the chance to complete the 2014 Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) are encouraged to do so before it closes. The Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) is run in partnership between the College and the Higher Education Academy.  Your feedback is kept confidential and anonymous and will help shape future developments for postgraduate taught (PGT) students at the College.

Who is eligible?
All PGT students except those on standalone modules are invited to take part (including first, second and third year part time students and distance learners).

How long will PTES be open?
The PTES 2014 opened on Friday 21 March and closes on Thursday 19 June.

How do I access the PTES?
To complete the survey please visit this online web page. Please note your log in details will be your student number and the password is your date of birth. Please contact Paula Webster (paula.webster@kcl.ac.uk) in Academic Services if you have any difficulties logging in to the survey.

Please note that…

1)  The survey is an online questionnaire and consists of a number of multiple choice questions. All data collected in the survey is held anonymously and securely. The survey results are not tracked back to identify anyone in any way and all survey results will be presented in an aggregated and anonymised form.

2) The College and the KCLSU fully support the PTES, and students are strongly encouraged to complete it so that we can enhance the experience of being a King’s student. This is an important opportunity for students to reflect on their time at King’s and to let the College, and the academic staff who have taught them, know what their experience throughout their years at King’s has been like.

3) All participants are entered into a prize draw, with the opportunity to win an 16GB  Ipad Air.  Additionally there are 50 £10 Amazon vouchers to be won.

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