Final year undergraduate students are encouraged to take part in this year’s National Student Survey which is open until the end of April. The survey, which has taken place annually since 2005, gathers students’ opinions on their higher education experience in institutes across the UK.
The survey asks students to provide feedback on their courses in a nationally recognised format. There are 23 core questions, relating to the following aspects of the student learning experience:
- Teaching on my Course
- Assessment and Feedback
- Academic Support
- Organisation and Management
- Learning Resources
- Personal Development
- Overall Satisfaction
- Students’ Union
Students are also given the opportunity to give positive and/or negative comments on their student learning experience as a whole at their university/college.
The NSS is your opportunity to give your opinions on what you liked about your time at UCL as well as things that you felt could have been improved.
Click here to take the survey now.
Click here to see the joint statement on the NSS 2011 issued by UCL and UCL Union.