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Student surveys

Illustration by Jack Sachs, 2013 BA Illustration, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL

Have your say during UAL’s dedicated Survey Season.

Your voice matters. Every year we survey students to help inspire change.

We’re dedicated to finding out what our students think, so we can improve the experience of studying at UAL. Your feedback helps us improve our courses, your study environment and the support we provide.

During Survey Season all students are asked to complete a survey relating to their year and type of study, you can find the survey you need to complete below.

You can also check out the Student Guide (PDF 863KB) for information on the questions and what to consider in your responses.

If you have any general feedback for us, please email You can also find out how to give useful feedback.

Your voice matters

This year the provisional dates for Survey Season are 6 February to 30 April.

You will be asked to complete one of the following surveys depending on your level of study:

Surveys for undergraduates

  • Course Student Survey (CSS) - For 1st and 2nd year undergrads and Graduate Diploma students.
  • National Student Survey (NSS) - For final year undergrads and FDA students.

Surveys for postgraduates

  • Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) - For research postgraduate students
  • Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) - For taught postgraduate students.

Surveys for Further Education students

  • Further Education Student Survey (FESS) - For all further education/foundation students.
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    Student Reps

    Find out how students can represent their course and make sure that your voices are heard.

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    Student Committees

    Student reps attend committees to ensure that your feedback reaches those who can bring about change – find out more.

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    Quality assurance

    Learn more about how UAL ensures that our courses are the best quality, and see how you can take part.