We firmly believe that our students should have a say in how things are done at Warwick. By encouraging an honest and open dialogue, we can work together to create a vibrant and inclusive community for you and for future students.
We really appreciate the effort you make to share your opinions and experiences through student surveys, focus groups, course reps, module evaluations and elsewhere. Your feedback has been instrumental in implementing a number of changes, most recently with the introduction of our very first welcome week for new students.
Your time is precious, so we aim to focus on a select few national and institutional surveys each year to limit the amount you are asked to complete and also to allow adequte time for evaluation and improvements. Find out more about how you can join the conversation this year.
Who: Undergraduate, postgraduate taught and foundation students studying on campus
When: 5 Nov to 7 Dec 2018
Why: Our biggest conversation with students on taught courses takes place this Autumn and covers the whole Warwick experience - from arriving at university, to learning, living and campus services.
Who: Final year undergraduate students (BA, BSc, MEng, MBio, MChem etc.)
When: 4 Feb to 30 April 2019
Why: A chance for finalists to reflect back on their whole course and academic experience of Warwick as part of the UK’s biggest independent survey of higher education students.
Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey
Who: Postgraduate taught students (MA, MSc, MRes, PGCE, PGCert, PGDip etc.)
When: 1 Apr to 17 May 2019
What: This national survey offers valuable insight that informs enhancements to teaching, learning and community for postgraduate students. See what improvements have been made following the most recent PTES survey.
Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES)
Who: Postgraduate research students (PhD, EdD, EngD, MPhil, Masters by Research etc.)
When: 24 Apr to 17 June 2019
What: Every other year we ask research students to tell us about their supervision, access to resources, departmental research culture, opportunities for professional development and more. See what improvements have been made following the most recent PRES survey.