The Higher Education Academy’s UK Engagement Survey results for 2015 are released today.
The UK’s only national survey focusing on students’ engagement with their studies has revealed the latest picture of how students participate in a range of important educational activities.
The results highlight a number of key points including the key role played by critical thinking and independent learning in a successful learning experience, as well as highlighting the positive role played by extra-curricular activity in boosting engagement and development.
The second webinar in the HEA’s new series asks ‘What are undergraduate students telling us this year about their learning and teaching experiences?’ It takes place on Wednesday 4 November, 12:30 -14:00.
The call for expressions of interest to take part in the HEA’s UK Engagement Survey (UKES) 2016 is now open.
UKES is the only undergraduate survey in the UK to focus on student engagement, providing vital information which can be used by institutions to help enhance learning and teaching. It is based on the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), which is widely used in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Ireland.
UK Engagement Survey (UKES) 2016 full questionnaire (showing optional and compulsory elements) in Word.