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Date published: February 08, 2016

Final Year Undergraduates - Share your thoughts and win £500!

If you’re a final year undergraduate, you may have been asked to complete the National Student Survey (NSS). Over 2000 of you have already completed the NSS and we’re hugely grateful for your feedback. Now, we need all of you to step up to the plate and complete this all-important survey.

The NSS is the best way to tell us about your experience at the University. Feedback from previous third-year students has led to real change at the University, such as improved library services, enhanced IT support, more convenient course timetabling and much more. This is why we need the thoughts of all our current final year undergraduates in this survey, so we can improve things for future Salford students.

The survey will gather your opinions of the quality of your course in areas such as teaching quality, assessment and feedback, organisation and management, learning resources, personal development, academic support and your Students’ Union. Complete it here.  

All responses are anonymous.   

The survey takes just ten minutes, and by completing it, you can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win £500 of Amazon or High Street Shopping Vouchers. 

Your Students’ Union President, Marina Hristova recently spoke in our video to tell you exactly what the NSS is. Watch this below.

SU President Marina answers, "What is the National Student Survey?" from US - Student Life on Vimeo.

If after watching the video you still want to know more, you can also head over to our student run blog – it’s all about us. You may well have seen our student created posters encouraging you to complete the survey on campus, and this blog is a space where you can watch videos produced by students, for students about the survey.

NSS is an independent survey and your response is anonymous.

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