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Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)

About the survey

The Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey or PTES is a national survey of postgraduate taught students inviting them to comment on their experience. PTES is for any PGT student at the University of Warwick. The survey is open to both full time and part time students.

Some of the themes explored are Assessment and Feedback, Resources, Skills Development, Organisation and Management and more.

Thanks to your feedback we have been able to make a number of enhancements and will keep you updated as we continue to do so.

How do I access the survey?

The survey will run between 24 April and 14 June 2019. It only takes around 15 minutes to complete. On the launch date of the survey, and during the time that the survey is open, you will be sent emails from the Graduate School with your personalised link. Alternatively, you can get your link here (please make sure you're signed in as shown below).

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What happens to the results?

The results are used both departmentally and institutionally, to identify areas for celebration and where more work needs to be done to improve the student experience. They allow us to benchmark ourselves against the Sector and other Russell Group Universities to see how we compare for student experience. This survey is not associated with Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and does not feed into league tables.


hea_surveys_logos_ptes_-_colour...pngYou can find out more about the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) at the Higher Education Academy.

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