Date published: January 31, 2017
Invitation for First Year UK students to participate in paid market research
You could earn £50 by participating in the first phase of a benchmark research study amongst students across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom into student needs, wants and expectations with regard to student accommodation. We support the research as a means to help inform our future strategies in this important area and would encourage you to participate.
EduWorld, a global education market research firm, is conducting the research. The research is sponsored by Campus Living Villages (CLV), our student accommodation provider.
This first phase of the study involves focus groups. Details are provided below:
What: Small group discussion requiring approximately 2 hours of your time
Who: 1st year undergraduate students who are residents of the UK and tenants in private rented accommodation
When: Thursday 9 February, 12 noon
Where: Eddie Coleman Court (Check in at Village Reception)
Salford M6 5HE
As a thank you for your time and input, each student who participates in a focus group will receive £50 from EduWorld.
If you are a UK resident, first-year undergraduate student at the University of Salford, and a tenant in private rented accommodation and you want to apply to participate in this focus group please click on the link below to provide EduWorld with your first and last name and phone number. A representative from EduWorld will be in touch with you directly.
Click here if interested in participating
Your personal details will be collected by EduWorld for the sole purpose of recruiting students to participate in the focus groups and will not be shared with the University of Salford or used in any other manner. Participants’ comments and responses will be summarised for the purposes of a confidential report while identities will remain anonymous.
Don’t hesitate to reply – attendance is first come, first served, and space is limited.
Thank you in advance for your contribution to this important research study.