Final year undergraduates are asked to rate their experience at Ravensbourne as this year's National Student Survey (NSS) launches.
The survey, which is open until Sunday 30 April, invites students to assess Ravensbourne on aspects of the learning experience such as academic support, learning resources and assessment and feedback.
The NSS is an opportunity for students to share experiences of their time at Ravensbourne, what they’ve loved and what they think could be improved. Responses are anonymous and feedback will be used to ensure that
Ravensbourne are aware of their strengths and any areas with room for improvement.
Dr Gary Pritchard, Dean School of Media said: “Last year we had an amazing response rate, 82% of our students took part in the survey and shared their experience. This has given us reliable and representative feedback and allowed us to take the necessary steps to continue to improve the student experience. This year we hope to see even more students taking part.
"I would strongly encourage students to take part as we take the student voice very seriously. This year’s survey results will help to give us a clear picture of the student experience and allow us to think about how we inform change and provide the best experience possible for future students.”
Students will be provided with a briefing and a session on how to fill in the NSS by their tutors this week.
Final year undergraduate students can complete the survey here: http://www.thestudentsurvey.com/