The University takes the results of the National Student Survey very seriously. Your feedback helps to shape and improve teaching, learning and student support at Warwick for future generations.
As a Warwick student, you're an expert on life as a Warwick undergraduate, so your experience and opinions are vital. That's why we would love to hear your feedback on your satisfaction with your course.
To say thank you for taking part, if you complete the survey online you will receive £5 credit on your Eating at Warwick card to spend in Rootes Grocery Store, The Dirty Duck, The SU and any other campus outlets which accept eating at Warwick cards. You are still eligible to receive the £5 credit even if you have not previously used the Eating at Warwick scheme.
How do I access the Survey?
The survey will run from Monday 4th February 2019 - Tuesday 30th April 2019 and takes just five to ten minutes to fill in. The easiest way to complete the survey is online, by following the personalised link that will be sent to you on Thursday 7th February by the independent research company Ipsos MORI who run the survey.
Alternatively, you can sign yourself in at www.thestudentsurvey.com. A few weeks after the survey start date, Ipsos MORI will text and call students who have not yet completed the survey online. From Monday 7th January 2019, you can opt out of the survey by telling Ipsos MORI (via the survey website) that you do not wish to complete it. Ipsos MORI should not attempt further contact again once you have opted out.
What happens to the results?
The results are intended to help future students decide where to study. They help to ensure that universities are achieving the high standards they set for themselves. All responses are treated as strictly confidential, and no personally identifiable information is available to anyone at the University. The results are published on www.unistats.com and by the Office for Students in the summer. The more students respond, the more reliable the results.
Where can I find further information about the NSS, the TEF and tuition fees?
The University has provided a set of FAQs on the NSS, the TEF and the SU boycott which can be accessed by any student or staff of the University via ITS sign-in here.