Final year undergraduates, it’s time to make your voice heard. Share your views on the NTU experience in the National Student Survey.
It’s a place for you to voice your opinions about the quality of your course and time here at NTU. By taking part, you’re helping to influence the teaching and learning of future students.
You’ll receive £5 printing credit as a thank you and be entered into a prize draw to win one of four prizes of £250*. The winners will be announced on Wednesday 10 May 2017.
To check if you’re eligible, and to complete the survey, enter your Student Number (e.g. N0123456) and date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy) in the boxes below:
You should receive your print credit within five working days. If it hasn’t arrived within this time, please email us.
Who is running the survey?
The National Student Survey is run by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Research company, Ipsos MORI, carry out the survey on their behalf.
Why should I complete the survey?
The results feed into the university league tables and allow NTU to benchmark student satisfaction here with other universities around the country. Your feedback is valuable and it will help us to make improvements to your courses and to prioritise areas of development for the University. We'll let you know the results (response rate dependant) and tell you what we're doing in response to them.
Who can take part?
The National Student Survey is open to final year undergraduate students who meet the following criteria:
- Students must be in the final year of an undergraduate course.
- The course must last more than one year, or one Full Time Equivalent (FTE).
- Students who have previously been included in the National Student Survey at NTU (whether or not they responded) are not included.
- Students who have completed less than one FTE since they were last surveyed are not included.
The University has taken all reasonable steps to ensure that the list of eligible students is as accurate as possible.
*No alternatives will be offered - decisions made by Nottingham Trent University will be final.