Final year undergraduates: Your invitation to complete the National Student Survey 2023
The National Student Survey opens today for all final year students. This is your chance to let us know what you’ve enjoyed about being a student here, and to give us feedback so we can continue to improve our courses for the future. The survey takes only 10 minutes to complete and is totally confidential – and taking part means you’ll be entered into a prize draw with the chance of winning vouchers worth £100 or £250.
Through the survey, you can share your views on what you’ve enjoyed about your course, reflecting on the experience you’ve had here at Brighton. You can also let us know if there are any changes you think we should make.
How have we responded to previous NSS feedback? Some actions include:
- Ensured clear assessment briefs and marking criteria are provided for each of your assessments in your module area on My Studies
- Introduced a new additional consideration process to account for the impact of unforeseen circumstances on your study
- Funded course-level engagement events through Belong at Brighton Extra
- Enabled you to have more contact with your Personal Academic Tutors
- Arranged additional sessions to provide support and advice on dissertations, study skills and future plans
- Created an online one-stop shop for study skills guides and personalised support through the Brighton Student Skills Hub, which includes access to dedicated careers support
- Continuing our programme to roll out lecture capture across campus, to provide you with recorded lectures where appropriate
- Established greater consistency between central and School-level communications
I assure you that whilst your feedback will be confidential, it will be read by a real person and will help to identify good practice or implement improvements.
Thank you in advance for taking part in the survey. You’ve achieved so much during your time at Brighton and graduation is now in sight! We look forward to celebrating with you in the summer.
Professor Ruth Whittaker,
Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education and Students