Have your say in the National Student Survey

Early January once again saw the launch of the National Student Survey (NSS); a census of students in the final year of undergraduate study at higher education institutions across the UK. 

Early January once again saw the launch of the National Student Survey (NSS); a census of students in the final year of undergraduate study at higher education institutions across the UK. 

The NSS is an opportunity for students to give their opinions on what they liked about their time at university, as well as things that they felt could have been improved upon.  Edinburgh Law School is actively engaging with the NSS and is encouraging all students in their final year of study to enter.

As well as providing much useful information to their host institution, feedback from students is used to compile year on year comparative data that is published on Unistats.com, where prospective students and their advisors can use the results to help make informed choices of where and what to study.  The information is also useful to the university and students’ union to help facilitate best practice and enhance the student learning experience overall.

Click here to enter the 'National Student Survey'

 

Information obtained from the website of the National Student Survey.