Responses Invited for UKRI Perception Survey 2023

Responses to the survey will help UKRI understand how stakeholders understand and view the organisation five years after its launch.

UK Research and Innovation is inviting interested stakeholders to respond to its first ever Perception Survey. Responses to the survey will help UKRI understand how its stakeholders perceive UKRI and its role within the system.

The exercise is the first such survey to be conducted by UKRI since it was established in 2018. The survey is being conducted by Trueology Ltd, an independent research agency, and all responses to the survey will be anonymous.

Commenting on the survey’s launch, UKRI Chief Executive Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser said:

“This year UKRI turns five years old. To achieve our ambition to create an outstanding R&I system for the UK, to which everyone can contribute and from which everyone benefits, it is important for us to understand how we are perceived and understood by our various communities.

“We are therefore undertaking a short quantitative survey to test opinion from across the research and innovation system, about who we are, what we do and how well we do it. I would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your feedback will help us address issues, tailor our activities and measure our progress as an organisation over the coming years.”

Applications can be submitted online until 16 June 2023.