UAL Unit Evaluations

Unit Evaluations

UAL Unit Evaluations
Ashley Williamson 2014

Unit Evaluations are your opportunity to tell us about your experience of studying at UAL.

As a student at UAL, you will receive an email near the end of each unit on your course with a link to a short survey about that unit.

Ten questions ask about things like your teaching, learning, academic support and resources. There is space for feedback on the best feature of about theunit, as well as anything that could be improved. 

The survey is anonymous – there's no way to trace that link back to the student who received it, and the link expires as soon as you have answered the survey.

Each survey will only be open for two weeks, so make sure you respond straight away.

Why should I fill in a Unit Evaluation?

By completing Unit Evaluations, you can help the University to make positive changes to your course while you are studying with us. The more students respond, the more impact your feedback has so use this opportunity to improve your student experience.

What happens to my feedback?

When each survey closes, your Course Leader will receive the anonymous feedback from all the students on your unit.

They will post a response on your course Moodle site, highlighting where they think they might be able to make positive changes to your course.

Your Course Reps will also discuss the results at your course or programme committee, your feedback will be included in your course’s annual monitoring processes and the University will use the data to help improve the experiences of all students at UAL.

Learn more about UAL Unit Evaluations in this short video: