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HAVE YOUR SAY - Launch of 2018 Irish Survey of Student Engagement!

15 February 2018

Now You’re Talking!

Student Engagement Survey Opens February 12th 2018

Calling all first year, final year and postgraduate students! 

The Irish Survey of Student Engagement (ISSE) launched on Monday 12th February and we want to gather your feedback on your experiences of higher education to help us improve the overall student experience at DkIT.

Why is your feedback so important?

Students have a major contribution to make in influencing the design of curricula, and in reviewing and providing feedback on their experience of college. Your feedback helps us ensure that future DkIT students will experience an education that is relevant and responsive to their personal development and growth as fully engaged citizens within society.

This is your chance to make sure your voice is heard and let us know what is and isn’t working well!

Did we mention PRIZES?

Apart from ensuring that your voice is heard, we are offering all participating students the chance to win some fantastic prizes by simply completing your form. Prizes up for grabs include tablets, rag ball tickets, vouchers and much more.

Am I eligible?

The survey is open to any first or final year students studying an undergraduate award and to all postgraduate students.   This year is it open to research postgraduate students for the first time!

How do I complete the survey?

The survey went live on the 12th of February 2018 and will remain open for 3 weeks.

On the 12th of February all eligible students received an email asking you to complete a short online survey which will gather your feedback. The survey link will also be available on the DkIT Homepage so students can also access it there.

The survey is very straightforward and will take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions please contact;



The Irish Survey of Student Engagement is sponsored by the Higher Education Authority (HEA), the Irish Universities Association (IUA), the Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) and the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).