Help us to improve the postgraduate experience at Queen’s by telling us about your experience. The Postgraduate Experience Survey was developed by Queen’s to collect feedback from all postgraduate students, including questions about the impact of Covid-19 on your experience. It does not inform league tables. Your responses will be combined with those of other Queen’s students to tell us what is working well, and where improvements could be made.

On completing this survey you will automatically be entered into a weekly prize draw for the chance to win one of sixteen £10 gift vouchers.

Thank you for your participation.

Kara Bailie, Graduate School Manager

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* 1. Please enter your Student Number

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* 3. Please select which pathway is most relevant to your studies since September 2020. This will direct you to a set of questions that is focused on progress, assessment and feedback specific to either teaching and learning or research

Notes for completion

The survey is administered in line with the Queen's University Student Privacy Notice which can be found HERE.

This survey will take about 10 minutes to complete.

If a question does not apply to you, or you cannot offer any opinion on it, then please leave it blank or mark ‘Not applicable’.

When you arrive at the final 'thank you' page, you will know that your responses have been successfully recorded on our database.

You will have the opportunity to provide further comment on the issues raised towards the end of the survey. Additional feedback is welcomed and will enable staff to better understand what works and where improvements could be made.

Your student number is required to enable verification of your identity, and to allow matching to your course, School and demographic details in QSIS. All responses will be anonymised for analysis and reporting, and your School will not be able to see responses that you have provided.

Please do not identify yourself or other individuals (including staff) in your comments. If you have a complaint or need support with any of the issues raised, please contact the Graduate School at or Claire Regan (