The National Student Survey (NSS) is a survey open to all current final year students. The survey allows you to rank your University experience, and how your Union represents your academic interests. The Union represents your academic interest by representing you, affecting positive change in your Faculty and to your student experience.
The survey is completely anonymous to take. You score the 27 questions in the survey on a 1-5 scale (bad to good). Answers of ‘4’ and ‘5’ are combined to give an overall satisfaction score for the course.
A score of ‘3’ is neutral – scores either side of it (1, 2, 4 or 5) have more impact. Please give marks either side of ‘3’ to give us an accurate picture of what works and what needs to change - the clearer the score, the more impact it’ll have.
You can also leave text comments at the end of the survey to say what you liked about your university experience, and what you think could be improved.
The NSS is about your whole University experience, not just your final year, so think about your whole time at the University of Greenwich when taking the survey.
Look out for our Officers in lectures in February - they will be attending lectures talking about the NSS, how it works, and how your feedback helps us and the University improve the academic experience here at Greenwich.
For more information and to take the survey, visit www.thestudentsurvey.com. The survey closes on Tuesday 30th April.