MyQ is a new information tool being developed to strengthen information available to learners about tertiary qualifications, and deliver on the Government’s objective to support better outcomes from tertiary education.
MyQ gathers feedback about qualifications* from graduates and employers to help prospective learners decide what to study, and connects graduates with prospective learners so they can pass on valuable insights about qualifications and employment outcomes.
MyQ is here! Win, win.
Are you a recent graduate? Do you want to make your opinion count?
Help shed some light on the qualification quandary for tertiary education newbies by completing a very short survey about your journey to qualification completion.
Not only do you get to rate your qualification, you could win $500 cash at the same time!
Go to MyQ
* MyQ collects information on every Student Achievement Component (SAC) funded qualification for level 1 to 10 (on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework). This includes qualifications delivered by universities, institutes of technology and polytechnics, private training establishments and wānanga.
Prize draw terms and conditions
If you have provided your email address to go into the $500 prize draw, upon submitting a completed survey response you will be automatically entered into this draw to win the $500 cash. The $500 prize draw will be administered by the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and the TEC will be provided with your personal details for the purpose of administering the prize draw.
To be eligible for the draw:
- you must complete all parts of the survey honestly and in your own name, including your email address, and submit the survey when completed; and
- we must be able to verify certain enrolment information you've provided by checking it against other information in our possession (we may contact you via email if we are unable to complete the verification process automatically).
The $500 prize draw is being extended and the closing date is now 15 December 2017. The winner will be notified by email no later than 7 days following the draw.
If the situation arises where we cannot contact the prize winner (if the email sent is returned and we don’t have any other contact details) another prize winner will be selected.
The prize winner must provide a suitable form of identification (eg, driver’s licence, passport or birth certificate) to claim the $500 prize.