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National Student Experience Survey will close soon

The 2020 Student Experience Survey (SES) is on now!

The SES is a national survey being conducted for the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment. The survey gives you the opportunity to express your views on your student experience in the first and final years of your course.

The results of this survey will help the higher education sector and the government improve students’ course experience and enhance teaching and learning in Australian higher education institutions to improve outcomes for students.

The SES is administered by the Social Research Centre. Eligible students will receive an invitation to participate. We encourage you to participate in this important survey, although your involvement is voluntary. All responses are confidential and aggregated for reporting purposes.

By completing the survey, you will be entered into a weekly prize draw for the chance to win a $1,000 prepaid VISA gift card, there is a total prize pool of $26,000.

Eligible students will have received an email in their inbox sent during the last week of July, inviting you to complete the SES. Complete your survey before 24 August to enter the last prize draw.

More information about the SES can be found here.

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