Chance to help shape the Leeds Curriculum

Academic staff are being asked to encourage their students to take part in a survey helping shape the future of education at the University.

From 2010 to 2015, Leeds embarked on one of the most extensive curriculum transformation projects ever attempted by a UK university. 

The Leeds Curriculum was formally launched in 2015. It provides students with an outstanding education through our pioneering approach to teaching. Students are encouraged to broaden their intellectual horizons and make the most of a wealth of co-curricular activities. This equips them to succeed in a competitive global employment market and to make a difference to the world around them.

As a research-intensive University, with research-based learning at the heart of all our programmes of study, it is entirely fitting we undertake research to evaluate the impact of this transformation on our students. 

We now want to secure the views of as many undergraduate students as possible about access to, and experience of, the various elements of the Leeds Curriculum.

With this in mind, a questionnaire has been launched, accessible directly or via Minerva.

The survey only takes 5-10 minutes to complete and is anonymous. Students can also enter a prize draw, and three participants will be randomly selected to win £50 of shopping vouchers of their choosing.

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