The National Student Survey closes on Thursday, 30 April giving final year undergraduates just three more days to have their say.
Those who complete the survey online before midnight on Wednesday will receive £3 in FREE print credit to thank them for taking part.
There are also three £500 Graduation Packages up for grabs for the department with the most improved response rate within each faculty.
At present the race for the prize within each faculty stands as follows:
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
- School of Medicine, current response rate 73.7%, an increase of 8.5% compared to 2014
- School of Dentistry, current response rate 79.6%, an increase of 4.8% compared to 2014
- School of Veterinary Science, current response rate 75.0%, an increase of 3.9% compared to 2014.
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Department of Philosophy, current response rate 82.1%, an increase of 19.1% compared to 2014
- Department of Politics, current response rate 76.7%, an increase of 17.1% compared to 2014
- Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, current response rate 77.8%, an increase of 9.7% compared to 2014.
Faculty of Science and Engineering
- Department of Chemistry, current response rate 77.4%, an increase of 7.6% compared to 2014
- School of Engineering, current response rate 69.0%, an increase of 3.5% compared to 2014
- Department of Geography and Planning, current response rate 73.4%, an increase of 2.6% compared to 2014.
All eligible students have received an email inviting them to take part in the survey and explaining how to claim the free print credits. Please check your University email account to find out if you are eligible.
The NSS is a national survey which gives final year undergraduates the opportunity to share their views about their experience at University. Students are asked to give their opinion on a number of areas including teaching quality, assessment and feedback on their work, academic support and learning resources.
The NSS is commissioned by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and administered by independent research agency Ipsos MORI. It is part of a quality assurance system to generate more detailed information about teaching quality. You can find out more about improvements which have been made based on previous years’ feedback by looking at ‘student feedback’ stories on Student News.