Alumni Survey - UK Space Design Competition
The UK Space Design Competition is a science and engineering challenge designed as a simulation of life in industry.
Thank you for clicking through to take our alumni survey for everyone in Years 10-13 (or equivalent). We’re really keen to have some feedback from you on your experiences of the UKSDC and to find out where you’re off to this autumn if you are finishing school.
Your responses will be used to help us report to our funding providers and evaluate our work. Information will be stored securely and in a way that ensures answers are not attributed to individuals.
The survey should take just ten minutes to complete.
Thanks for taking the time to fill this out,
UK Space Design Competition Team
1) What is your gender?
I'd prefer not to say
2a) What subjects are you studying/considering studying at A Level?
2b) If you chose 'Other' to answer question 2a, please specify which subject(s).
3a) What subject would you like to study at university?
3b) If you chose 'Engineering' to answer question 3a, please specify which branch.
3c) If you chose, 'Other' to answer question 3a, please specify which subject.
4a) What are your plans for the 2016-17 academic year?
Starting a course at university
Taking a gap year and then starting a university course in 2017 that I have already chosen
Taking a gap year and then choosing a university course
Starting a job with plans to go to university
Starting a job with no plans to go to university
4b) If you chose 'Other' to answer question 4a, please specify what your plans are.
5) If you are going to university in September 2016 or January 2017, where are you going?
6) Did the UKSDC influence your choice of degree/career?
7) Which other STEM-related extra-curricular activities have you been involved in?
8) How would you rate your awareness of the range of careers within engineering?
Neither aware nor unaware
9) Please indicate whether any of the following are true (check all that apply):
My parents work in a 'STEM' career
My parents studied 'STEM' subjects at university
My neighbours work in a 'STEM' career
I have visited a science centre/museum in the last six months
I regularly interact with my local university
My school offers a range of activities to support my STEM learning around the curriculum
I have visited the Tomorrow's Engineering website
10a) What information about working in engineering would you be most interested to know more about? (Please pick your top three.)
The different routes into engineering jobs (qualifications, training, etc.)
Different types of engineering sectors and the different roles within them
Opportunities for professional recognition and development
The type of life those working in engineering have
Engineering employment prospects
The stories of people like me who have gone on to work in engineering
10b) If you chose 'Other' to answer question 10a, please specify below.
11) If you could change one thing about the UKSDC, what would it be?
12) What was the best part about the UKSDC?
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