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NSS 2014: Shape the future of Warwick

The National Student Survey 2014 opened Monday 10 February. The NSS is an independent high profile census of nearly half a million final year students at Higher Education and Further Education institutions throughout the UK.

The NSS provides influential public information, and gives students a powerful collective voice to help you shape the future of your course and university.

Feedback and 'Feed Forward'

The survey is your chance to provide honest feedback on your learning experience; giving your views on what you liked about your course and your time at Warwick, as well as what you feel could have been improved.

The NSS results inform prospective applicants about the student experience at Warwick, and your feedback helps potential students with their decision about where they wish to study.

Your feedback also gives us a clear picture of what your learning experience was like and helps us identify areas of strengths and weaknesses so that we can bring about enhancements to the student experience for current and future students.

Last year, 77% of eligible students took part, representing the views of over 2,800 Warwick students. We'd like even more of you to take part this time around.

£5 for five minutes of your time

Your feedback is invaluable so, as a thank you for taking the time to complete the survey, the University is giving away £5 ‘Eating at Warwick’ credit for all participants. To claim your £5 credit, simply forward your confirmation email, which you will receive from Ipsos-Mori once you've completed the survey, to nss-promotion at warwick dot ac dot uk.

The survey itself only takes five minutes to complete online and your responses are completely anonymous. All eligible students will also receive email reminders from both their departments and Ipsos Mori (the independent research agency running the NSS).

Find out more

Go to the Warwick NSS webpages for further details of the survey for Warwick students, and for details of how to claim your £5 credit.

You can visit the National Student Survey website to find out more about the NSS and read the results of past surveys on the Unistats website.