Let's keep the dialogue going
Student Feedback Survey
Tell us about your experiences this term in our joint University and Students' Union survey. As a thank you for your time, you’ll have the option to enter a prize draw with a chance of winning 1 of 11 Amazon vouchers!
Share your feedback and help shape your Warwick experience.
At Warwick, we all contribute to the conversation, in the knowledge that greater achievements can be made by putting power into more hands.
This is why we need you to have a say in how things are done at Warwick: it’s the best way for us to move things forward. Look out for opportunities throughout the year to share your views, and we’ll let you know how your feedback is making a real difference.
Many of our surveys will have an incentive, look out for details on this page and in our communications.
Find out more about how you can join the conversation this year.
Student Research Panel
Join our panel to share your views and help us improve. Every now and then we’ll send you an email asking you to take part in an opportunity, this may be a focus group, 1-2-1 interview or a poll.
Student Feedback Survey
An opportunity for all students to share your views on your student experience including connections, wellbeing, support, and key Students' Union Services.
This is a joint University and Students' Union survey that will run in Term 1 and Term 3
National Student Survey (NSS)
A chance for finalists to reflect on your whole Warwick experience. With your feedback, we can understand how we can keep improving your course and the overall student experience. The survey will launch in February 2023.
Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)
PTES is a national survey of PGT students inviting you to share your views on your course and experience including teaching and learning, assessment and feedback, organisation and management, and skills development.
Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES)
PRES is a national survey of PGR students inviting you to share your views on areas such as supervision, research community, progress and assessment, skills and professional development, and wellbeing.
Students' Union (SU) student voice opportunitiesLink opens in a new window
Throughout the year, there are a number of ways to have your voice heard at your SU including through the Student Council, Society and Sport Club elections and Academic Representation.