Tell us how you really feel – Student Experience Survey

Tell us how you really feel – Student Experience Survey

We know what you’re thinking already, that the thought of doing (another) survey might not sound super exciting, BUT did you know that the Student Experience Survey (SES) is one of the best ways that students can improve their experience at RMIT?

There are countless reasons to complete the SES (not just the fact that you get to tell us all about your experience at RMIT!), so we’ve narrowed down the top three to get you on board and get your voices heard.  

Top three reasons to complete the SES

1. We don't know what we don't know – It might sound self-explanatory, but without telling the university what your experience has been like so far and what things could be improved upon, the powers that be won’t know how you really feel!

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2. Use it as a cathartic exercise – Consider the SES like a journaling exercise, but one that also facilitates change! Do you think there needs to be more parking at Bundoora? Maybe some better food options at Brunswick? Or do you just want to share which admin systems you like and which ones you don’t? Or perhaps there was an incredible learning experience in the classroom you want to call out! This is your chance to have your say! (But remember real people read your feedback, so please always keep the comments respectful and constructive). 

3. Help future students – To quote pop sensation Smashmouth “We could all use a little change” - even if you’re finishing up your studies this year, when sharing your feedback through the SES you can help to improve the experience of future students. Get that good karma feeling going and know that you’re leaving behind a legacy for good. 

29 July 2022

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