International students: Post-Study Employment and Enterprise Survey – win £50

NUS are working with The Entrepreneur’s Network (TEN) to find out more about the experiences of International Students in the UK after they study.  We are looking for international students to share their thoughts and experiences of working and/or setting up a business in the UK.  This survey is for students of all levels at both Higher and Further Education institutions.

Join the survey HERE to share your thoughts and get a chance to win one of three prizes of £50.

 The survey will take you approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete and closes at 9am on Monday 23rd June, so click above to begin now!

About this survey

The aims of this project are to collect evidence about issues on international students’ views and experiences of working and/or setting up a business in the UK.

This survey is open to INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ONLY studying at a higher education institution or a further education institution in the UK.

In this survey, an international student is defined as any person whose nationality is subject to immigration control. They are from non-EEA (European Economic Area) countries, with the exception of Switzerland.

We anticipate the survey will take about 10 minutes to complete, on average, and you will be asked questions about your current and planned employment or entrepreneur status as well as your experience with employment and entrepreneurship in the UK.

If you have any questions about the research project which you would like to ask before or after taking part, please email Joy Elliott-Bowman, Campaigns and Policy Officer – Immigration, joy.elliott-bowman@nus.org.uk or Daniel Stevens, International Students Officer at NUS: daniel.stevens@nus.org.uk

Use of the information you provide

NUS will publish the findings of this research in a report with the Network for Entrepreneurs.  Some of the findings will also contribute to the work NUS will be doing on international students’ opportunities for work after study.   We will not identify you by name but we may use your words in publications, web pages and other organisational outputs.

The information that you provide will be stored securely and any personal data you may provide will not be shared.

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