We welcome feedback from students and use the information to improve your experience of learning and teaching.
Over the past year we have benefited from your feedback. Here are a few of the many sources we use:
Staff/Student Committee – meets 4 times a year, student reps are volunteers recruited from all programmes and courses we run. Click on the link to see who your reps are and minutes from previous meetings.
Focus Groups – we have run a number of focus groups over the past year involving students from both our undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Module Evaluation questionnaires – You are all asked to complete module evaluation questionnaires at the end of each semester for each module you take. We use both the statistical data and written comments to compile a full report that is used to make sure we are meeting the aims and objectives set. A more `user friendly´ version of this, inevitably, complex report is available here.
Individual feedback from you – We get lots of individual feedback, through conversations and correspondence that we are able to use to evaluate the success of our programmes.
If there are issues you want to raise you can do this in a number of ways:
- Through your personal tutor
- By emailing us at email@example.com
- Talking to the Programme Manager for your course
- Contacting your Student Representative