Published: 8 February 2016

‘You Say, We Pay’ – National Student Survey now open

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The National Student Survey is now open, giving final year undergraduate students the opportunity to share their views about their experience at University.

To say thank you for taking part, students who complete the survey online can choose to receive £3 in free print credits or to donate the £3 to the Guild’s charities (Teenage Cancer Trust, MRANG, Royal Voluntary Service, and Catalyst Performing Arts).

Students who are eligible to take part will receive an invitation email which includes a link to claim your free print credits or gift the £3 to charity before being automatically redirected to the National Student Survey website. Please check your University email account.

The survey is an opportunity to share your opinions on what you like about the University, as well as things that you feel could be improved. It asks students to give their opinion on a number of areas including teaching quality, assessment and feedback on their work, academic support and learning resources. It is commissioned by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and administered by independent research agency Ipsos MORI.

You can find out more about improvements which have been made at the University based on previous years’ feedback by looking at the Student Feedback category on the Student News website.

Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, Professor Gavin Brown, said: “The results of the NSS are extremely important to the University. Student feedback is crucial to our constant efforts to improve and provide the very best experience for all our students. We want to hear from as many students as possible so that we can focus on the things that will really make a difference. Make sure you have your say.”

Further information about the survey for students is available at: If you have any queries, please contact:

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One thought on “‘You Say, We Pay’ – National Student Survey now open

  1. Qiang

    I have a good experience in University of Liverpool. However, I hope when students choose some courses, the teachers and staff can provide more suggestions as a support for students so that they can more learn about information of courses.

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