Student 2025: help us learn more about your experiences and we will compensate you up to £150 a year

Published: 17/09/2021

Do you want to help NTU learn more about the student experience?

NTU’s Centre for Academic Development and Quality (CADQ) is pleased to open applications for first-year undergraduate students to take part in an innovative new research project, Student 2025.

Do you want to help NTU learn more about the student experience?

NTU’s Centre for Academic Development and Quality (CADQ) is pleased to open applications for first-year undergraduate students to take part in an innovative new research project, Student 2025.

Lasting up to four years, Student 2025 will follow a specially-selected group of students across their entire undergraduate journey to learn more about their experience, their challenges and their outcomes.

Student 2025

We will compensate you up to £150 each academic year, paid in termly instalments of £50.

You will be asked to take part in one interview and complete one online questionnaire each term - as well as give us access to your end of year results. We will use this data to help put the student voice in the centre of our thinking when planning new schemes and initiatives. We are looking to enhance our understanding of students’ experience whilst studying here.

We need a maximum of ten hours of your time spread over the academic year. Your involvement and any information you give us will be completely confidential and will have no bearing on your grades or academic outcomes.

If you think this is something you might be interested in, then please let us know by completing the online form (link).

For more information on the project please see the Student 2025 webpages.