The National Student Engagement Programme (NStEP) are conducting two surveys and focus groups at the Union of Students’ in Ireland’s annual Comhdháil (Congress) 2024.
The first survey aims to gather feedback of NStEP, the Student Training Programme, its current practices and resources for future improvements, and NStEP’s work in the higher education sector.

The second survey is for the Student Engagement, Belonging and Wellbeing Project. 
The Student Engagement, Belonging and Wellbeing Project is the first of its kind in Ireland, seeking to investigate how meaningful student partnerships and engagement, enhance and support student belonging and wellbeing. This is a short feedback form to get students opinions on their experiences, and how they want improvements to be made. There are prizes to won including vouchers for Ticketmaster, Penney’s and One4All. Our research sessions hope to gain input into resources students need and want from the project.

Focus groups will be held on Wednesday afternoon for attendees of Comhdháil. Participants will receive a €20 One4All voucher for their time. 
The feedback you provide in the surveys and focus groups will be entirely anonymous and completely voluntary, and will be used by NStEP to evaluate and improve the work they do.

To take part in these surveys, please click the buttons on the right hand side of this page. 
 
Thank you in advance for contributing, NStEP greatly appreciates your time and input!