Do you study in a current King’s classroom? If so, we’d like your feedback to help the creation of future innovative teaching spaces. Book online to attend a focus group via the KEATS site: www.tinyurl.com/ExperimentalClassroom
- 22nd May 03:00-04.30pm, Waterloo campus
We want to invite you to give thoughts and feedback, about your experience of classroom-sized learning spaces, to feed into the Education Strategy and provide insights into a future blueprint for the larger academic community. Some thoughts to consider: What would your ideal teaching space look like? What types of technology would best support you? How can we maximise your learning experience?
The Student Opportunity Fund is currently open for applications from all undergraduate and taught postgraduate students. The Fund is available for individual students or groups of students to apply for grants of up to £1,000 to enhance the student academic experience.
Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate with other students and with academics, to enhance your learning in new and innovative ways (e.g. participating on projects in the UK and abroad, or hosting conferences in London).
If you have any questions contact email@example.com
Help us understand what we’re doing well and how we can improve by taking part in King’s Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES).
On Monday 9th April, all students on taught postgraduate programmes will receive an email with a unique link to enter the survey. The survey is being run in partnership with the Higher Education Academy and will close on Friday 15th June. It is an online, multiple choice questionnaire, and all data collected will remain anonymous.
We take the feedback you provide through the PTES seriously, as it helps us understand where we need to focus to improve your experience at King’s.