Calling all final year undergrads! Tell us about your University experience

We’re asking all our final year undergraduates to share your feedback about studying at our University, in the National Student Survey (NSS).

All eligible students will have been contacted by the University and Ipsos Mori (on behalf of the Office for Students) in recent weeks, encouraging you to share your thoughts on your university experience.

This is just a gentle reminder that the survey is still open if you’ve not yet completed it.

Take part in the National Student Survey now

It’s really important to us that you have your say.

We want to hear what you’ve enjoyed about your time with us and where we could have done things better, so we can make positive changes for future students, like improving our courses, facilities and campus.

As the NSS is run by an independent body – the Office for Students – your responses are completely anonymous.

To say thank you for taking part in the survey, you’ll be entered into our prize draw where you could win a:

  • £50 Starbucks voucher
  • £50 Greggs voucher
  • £50 Pizza Punks voucher
  • £50 Leaf vouchers
  • £100 Amazon voucher
  • 1 x £160 Red Letters day voucher, which could be used to purchase an experience including the Harry Potter Tour for two with Afternoon Tea

Plus, for every survey completed by one of our students, we will donate £1 to charity. This year we will be supporting KIND Liverpool and The Anthony Walker Foundation.

What is the National Student Survey?

The National Student Survey is an annual UK survey of final year undergraduate students. It is commissioned by the Office for Students (OfS) and administered by independent research agency Ipsos MORI.  The survey is part of a quality assurance system to generate more detailed information about teaching quality.

It asks questions on a range of areas including teaching quality, learning opportunities, academic support, marking and assessment, organisation and management, learning resources and student voice.

The results and feedback help universities make changes and improvements, as well as giving prospective students information which can help them decide where and what to study.

For more information about the NSS, please visit our feedback webpages.