The University actively seeks students' opinions throughout the academic year, and at various levels. All our student feedback research is grouped together under the umbrella term 'Student Voice'.
Examples of Student Voice activity include:
- Module and programme feedback
- Feedback through student course representation, such as Staff-Student Liaison Committees and Course Representatives
- Primary research to gather views from a specific group (for example library users or sports club members)
- University-level feedback regarding the academic experience, such as data gathered annually through the National Student Survey
- University-level feedback regarding the non-academic student experience, for example through the annual Student Experience Survey
Results of feedback are used to inform actions which will improve the student experience.
For more information on Student Voice and to see recent outcomes, visit the Student Voice section of the main University website.