The 2013 National Student Survey

The 2013 National Student Survey for final-year undergraduates is underway. Prizes are up for grab for those completing the survey, including vouchers and iPads.

Posted: 17 January 2013

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Tim Wisson won an iPad for completing the NSS Survey in 2012.

The 2013 National Student Survey is underway, giving final year undergraduate students an opportunity to shout out about their Roehampton experience. There are printer credits, vouchers and even a few iPads up for grabs for those taking part in the Survey.

Run by independent research company Ipsos Mori, eligible students will be asked about their experience of teaching, assessment and feedback; academic support; organisation and management; learning resources and personal development.

The results are used to inform league tables which compare universities across the country, such as The Guardian, The Times, the Independent. The results give us the chance to celebrate our successes, and highlight areas you think could be given a boost.

Roehampton values student response. Having taken part in the NSS since 2005, we have gained vital feedback from students on what we’re getting right and where we need to improve.

Last year we had a fantastic 68% of all final year students at Roehampton complete the survey, this equalled the sector average and beat our previous year’s response rate by 7%.  This year we aim to hit that illusive 70% target, making 2013 the most successful year for completion at Roehampton.

Visit http://www.thestudentsurvey.com to fill it out and have your say. The survey closes on 30 April.

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