University Graduate School feedback form In 'Contact us' Contact usUGS Contacts Back to 'University Graduate School' The University Graduate School is here to support postgraduate researchers. Please use the form below to let us know about your experiences - what we do well and what we could do better! Have your say We encourage positive and constructive feedback from our postgraduate researcher community about your experience as a PGR. This can be regarding topics such as your supervision, development opportunities or University Graduate School events. If appropriate, we will respond to your feedback within one month, given a working reply email address. Postgraduate researcher feedback This form is intended for positive and constructive feedback on aspects of your postgraduate research, these could include your supervision, development opportunities or Graduate School events. Please note there is an existing students complaints process and PGR supervision experience concern form, which this form does not replace. Please leave your feedback below (Max 500 words) Name (optional) First Last Email (for response) Submit University complaints procedure The above feedback channel is intended for positive comments, minor issues or constructive feedback. It does not replace, compliment or supersede the existing University official complaints process in any way. The first place for a PGR to raise any concern or complaint should be with their supervisor, or failing that their mentor or School PGR lead. If you have a complaint that you would like to raise please see the student complaints page for information on correct procedures. There is also a page dedicated to postgraduate researcher supervision concern that should be referred to if you are experiencing supervision difficulties. For more information on the Code of Practice and raising concerns or complaints, please refer to the Student Concerns and Complaints Procedure (PDF - 137KB) document. The Guild of Students also has an Advice & Representation Centre (ARC) that can provide information, advice and representation for students, including PGRs.