UTS has formal channels for collecting feedback from the student body. But if you can't wait for a survey and you have something to say, here is a list of all the departments at UTS and what they do, to help you find the right person to talk to.
UTS runs a number of student surveys to tap into the collective experience of the student body. Your feedback allows us to:
- provide a high quality educational experience for all students
- help make better decisions and plan for the future
- measure UTS’s performance
Student surveys at UTS
UTS uses a range of tools to track the quality of the teaching, learning and student experience, including detailed surveys. The bulk of these surveys are administered by the Planning and Quality Unit (PQU). Surveys conducted by PQU include the:
UTS First Impressions Survey, collects commencing students' perceptions of UTS as they start undergraduate study
Student Feedback Survey (SFS), collects student feedback on subjects, teaching quality and learning engagement
Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS), collects student feedback on UTS's student support services, facilities and learning environment
Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS), a national survey which captures recent graduates' perceptions of their UTS course, and investigates career and further study activities
Student Experience Survey (SES), a national survey conducted to help universities and the Federal Government improve the overall student experience across Australian universities
International student surveys
UTS International also conducts specific surveys for international students at UTS.
What you think of us matters. You may be asked to fill out a number of surveys about your experiences at UTS while you are studying here. Your feedback will help UTS improve what it does for current and future students.
We’d love to hear any feedback you have about the PQU; feel free to drop us an email.
For feedback on anything about UTS in general, head over to our contacts page to find the best person to talk to.
The Equity-related complaints pages includes information on equity-related complaints, as well as contact details for external agencies who can help, principles for complaint resolution and possible outcomes.
Complaints that do not involve allegations of unlawful discrimination or harassment because of your sex, sexual preference, transgender status, race, colour, ethnic or ethno-religious background, descent or national identity, marital status, disability, age, political conviction or religious belief are covered elsewhere, with a list of support resources.