Catch up with evasys at The Secret Life of Students 2024

Tuesday 12th March, London

Supporting the Wonkhe Secret Life of Students Conference

Now in its sixth year, the Wonkhe student experience event, The Secret Life of Students 2024, takes place in London on Tuesday 12th March.

Proudly supported by evasys, the conference will bring together higher education sector leaders and managers, as well as student leaders and students’ union managers, to review the latest intelligence on student experience and figure out how best to respond in the student interest.

Looking at the role universities should play in measuring and supporting learning beyond the classroom, as well as which expectations should be placed on students themselves around fostering a good learning experience, The Secret Life of Students conference has a packed agenda including thought leaders from across the sector and from the student body.

Chat with our team about their expertise in student experience initiatives

The Secret lives of students 2024 Wonkhe
  • Date: 12th March 2024

  • Location:  Shaw Theatre, London

  • Who: HE leaders and managers, Student leaders and students’ union managers.

Chat with our team about their expertise in student experience initiatives

Glenda and Joe

Glenda Saint John and Joe Mahon will be representing evasys at The Secret Life of Students, and have plenty of lived experience in helping institutions capture student sentiment around their learning journey.

In addition to their roles at evasys, both Glenda and Joe have worked in UK institutions, providing an innate understanding of the processes and dynamics at play within universities. More recently, the pair have worked with evasys clients to design and implement survey solutions that capture student insights and inform policy around student experience.

Specifically, Glenda has recently worked with several key UK institutions to support pre-arrival surveys for incoming students aimed at improving retention and success, and Joe has been supporting the UK-wide pilot of the Being, Belonging, Becoming survey, led by Professor Harriet Dunbar-Morris.  The support provided by our team hasn’t just been about our market-leading software; it has offered our unique insights into the wider business processes within institutions that can positively impact the success of new survey processes.