All students are asked to participate in the Student Barometer summer wave 2013, a global survey of student experience run by the independent research organisation, i-graduate, which launched on Wednesday 1 May.
The survey takes just 10 minutes to complete, giving you the opportunity to have your say and be in with a chance of winning £1,000 cash prize or one of five £100 Amazon vouchers in a free prize draw.
You will receive an email from the Vice-Chancellor inviting you to take part.
The deadline for completing the survey is Friday 28 June 2013. Your response will shape the student experience at Warwick for years to come by helping the University to:
• understand your needs better
• tailor what is delivered to meet your needs
• evaluate any changes that have been made to check that student needs have been met
Feedback from previous survey:
Back in the autumn term, nearly 4000 Warwick students responded, reflecting on their satisfaction with aspects of Learning, Living, Support and Arrival.
Some great news came out of the survey with 90.3% of all students surveyed stating that they are either satisfied or very satisfied with their overall experience at Warwick. Expert lectures (95.5%), Faith Provision (97%), the Graduate School (96.2%) and the Students’ Union’s Societies and Sports Clubs (96%) all received exceptionally high satisfaction ratings.
In response to previous survey findings, which showed students were dissatisfied with assessment feedback, the University and the Students’ Union ran a competition to identify Fabulous Feedback at Warwick and share best practice. This was underpinned by The Warwick Student Community Statement.
In response to continued dissatisfaction over transport links to campus, the Students’ Union and the University’s Transport Manager have been working in partnership with Stagecoach who have now agreed to run several more buses a day during the peak times of the vacation periods. You can read more information on the SU website.
These changes have come about as a direct result of student feedback, which the University takes very seriously and acts upon wherever possible. By taking part you are helping the University to address the issues that are affecting your student experience. Your views will be treated in the strictest confidence and the University will not identify you from your response.
For more information, visit the International Office webpages, contact Emily Lim e dot lim at warwick dot ac dot uk.