Calling all final year students! Here is your chance to take part in the National Student Survey (NSS) about your time at UAL and be in with a chance of winning £100.
The NSS is a national initiative which seeks the opinions of students at every university in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on what they liked about their time at university, as well as the things they felt could be improved. Taking part gives students the opportunity to give feedback on their time at UAL, and will help to improve the overall student experience.
UAL Students’ Union President Shelly Asquith said:
“The survey is a chance for you to reflect on your time at UAL and suggest changes that the University and Union can act on. Last year over 3,000 students filled in the survey, giving useful and telling examples about their experience of studying here. I filled the survey in last year and I know my course has listened to my views.”
UAL Vice-Chancellor Nigel Carrington said of the survey:
“This is a great opportunity for our final year students to feed back to the University on their experience of studying at UAL. The information we gain from this survey will help us continue to develop and strengthen the student experience we provide, and gives us invaluable insight into how we may improve for the future.”
You will be asked 23 questions relating to aspects of the student learning experience, ranging from the teaching on your course to learning resources and academic support. After you have completed the survey, you will be entered into a prize draw with a chance of winning £100.
You will receive an email inviting you to complete the survey, or you can fill it in now on the NSS website. The deadline for completing the survey is 30 April 2014.