Tuesday 30th April All eligible students have until Tuesday 30th April to tell us about your student experience here at MMU.
The survey takes only 10 – 15 minutes to complete online and is totally anonymous.
The comments and feedback made in the NSS are vital for MMU. Your feedback enables us to improve all aspects of the student experience. The NSS is one of several surveys throughout the academic year including an induction survey, Student Barometer, the online unit survey and a graduation survey.
All surveys, including the NSS, are important conduits for our students to give their personal feedback in an anonymous manner. In the past two years we have used your feedback to improve a wide range of services, facilities and the academic experience.
The NSS uses various academic or student experience terms – this page gives a quick list of what these terms mean for students at MMU.
Do remember that the NSS is trying to ascertain how you feel about your entire MMU experience over the three or four years that you have been with us.
Comprising 23 questions, the survey is completed during the second and third terms of your final year, and has been running since 2005/06. For MMU, the aim is to give final year students the opportunity to feedback on their learning, teaching and overall student experience.
Students to be included in the NSS are selected through an automated process which identifies final year undergraduates and excludes the following groups of students:
The MMU NSS prize draw is open to eligible final year students who complete their National Student Survey online before 28th February 2013. Please note that the prize draw is made by Ipsos-MORI. We will contact winners of the main prizes by 14th March 2013 and the results will be announced on the Student Hub on 15th March 2013.
You may receive an invitation to participate in the survey even though you are not in your final year. We would urge you to still participate in the survey this time around, as this will represent your only chance to do so. All students are able to opt-out of the survey if they do not wish to complete it.
All winners will be emailed and given instructions on how to claim their prize. Winners of the iPad Mini prizes must be available for internal publicity before the close of spring term. Best of luck!
If you would like to opt-out of the survey, you can do so by visiting the Student Survey website.
If you continue to receive NSS communications or have any problems opting-out, please send us an email at email@example.com.
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