Why students need to give feedback
To monitor and make improvements, the University needs feedback on student experiences.
We’re committed to providing students with an outstanding learning and teaching experience, programmes of study that are challenging and of international calibre, and opportunities and support to achieve your academic and personal potential.
To ensure we continue to meet these commitments, we need to know how well we are doing and what you’d like to see done better.
Student feedback is an important part of this process. Your feedback also provides us with ideas and incentives to make further improvements in what we do for you.
Among the ways that students provide feedback is through evaluations of courses, teaching and tutoring, the broader-scale surveys of learning and teaching that a sample of students is asked to complete each year, and student submissions to academic unit reviews and programme reviews.
See 'Student Voice' on p.22 of the Learning and Teaching Quality Enhancement and Assurance Framework.