The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) participates in the Student Experience Survey (SES) which is a comprehensive study of current higher education students coordinated by the Australian Government Department of Education under the Higher Education Support Act 2003. The Social Research Centre is commissioned to conduct the QILT suite of surveys which includes the SES.

Student feedback is strictly confidential and an important part of improving the quality of tertiary education. By sharing their experience, applicable students can assist EIT to improve course offerings, student services and facilities. Taking part in the SES will also help the higher education sector and the government enhance teaching and learning in Australian higher education institutions to improve outcomes for all students.

SES Survey Prize

The main SES data collection is conducted throughout the month of August. Another smaller collection is conducted in September. 

Applicable EIT students are invited to participate in the SES via email. 

The survey takes approximately 10-15 minutes, depending on the student’s answers and program of study. 

The aim of the SES is to give students the opportunity to talk about their experience of the institution they are enrolled in. The results of the research are used to help higher education providers gain insight into students’ experiences. Further, results help to monitor and improve teaching and learning. 

Taking part in the SES will assist future students to make choices about their study options so your participation is an important part of improving the quality of tertiary education. 

The Australian Government Department of Education currently offers a total of four prize draws per collection open to participants. Detailed information regarding the prize draws, including the prize draw terms and conditions, and publication of winners can be found on the Social Research Centre website.

The Social Research Centre complies with the Australian Privacy Principles. All personal contact information such as name, email and phone number is removed from the final data. Only aggregated data is used in the research findings published on the QILT and ComparED websites. For further information on our privacy policy, please visit the Social Research Centre website.

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