Development & Alumni Relations Office 


17 November 2020

Queen's is inviting alumni to take part in a short online survey about university reputation, which is part of a project managed by The World 100 Reputation Network, a group of leading global universities, to which we belong.

The survey on the reputation of UK and global universities will take around 5 minutes to complete. All those completing it will be eligible to enter into a prize draw to win one of two £100 or one of 16 £50 Amazon gift cards.

To take part in this survey please click the link below or copy and paste it into your browser:

Managed by The Knowledge Partnership, specialist education consultants, who ensure all responses are anonymous and confidential, the World 100 Reputation Network Survey is carried out in accordance with the UK’s Market Research Society Code of Conduct.

The feedback you provide will be extremely valuable to Queen’s, so we would be very grateful if you could take the time to complete this survey.

The World 100 Tracker measures brand impact across world-class universities within the global higher education market. It provides a comprehensive management information tool to steer university communications, recruitment, campaigns, and senior management strategy.

Closing date is Friday 4 December

All results will be treated as confidential and never linked to you personally. The prize draw is optional and any contact details collected will not be associated with your survey responses or shared with any third parties. 

If you have any questions specifically about the research, please contact Rowen Eliott at

Thank you in anticipation for sharing your views and good luck in the draw! And remember, those completing the survey can enter a prize draw to win one of two £100 Amazon gift cards or one of sixteen £50 gift vouchers.

For the privacy policy relating to this survey, please click here. For the full market research privacy notice and Ts & Cs, please click here.

General enquiries about the survey can also be directed to Dr Kathryn Boyd, Market Insight Manager, Queen’s University Belfast.

For enquiries about this story, or to submit a graduate news item, please contact Gerry Power, Communications Officer, Development and Alumni Relations Office, Queen’s University Belfast.

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