Undergraduates, share your views and you could win £150
Today, the National Student Survey (NSS) and UK Engagement Survey (UKES) – two national independent surveys - are open for eligible UoB undergraduate students. This is your chance to have your say on your university experience.
Your views help shape our future. What you say can make a difference to current and future students. Learn more about some of the changes that have been made using previous student feedback.
But that's not all. As a thank you for your time,*fifteen lucky students can win £150 cash each!
Which survey can I complete from today?
If you’re a non-final year undergraduate, and eligible to take part, you can complete the UK Engagement Survey (UKES). You’ll be invited via email to reflect on your time at UoB so far in relation to your course and wider learning experience. Whether you’re enjoying your studies, or feel some aspects could be improved, now’s your chance to share your views. Find out more about how you can complete UKES.
If you’re a final year undergraduate, and eligible to take part, you can complete the National Student Survey (NSS). As you near the end of your degree, you’ll be invited via email to reflect on your entire student experience. Share what we’re doing well and what can be improved. Find out how you can complete the NSS.
Although not compulsory, these surveys are a chance for you to make your voice heard. The surveys will take around 10 minutes, and your answers will remain completely anonymous.
How can I win £150?
Your opinion matters to us. As a thank you for having your say, we’re awarding a £150 cash prize to fifteen students who are eligible to complete either the UK Engagement Survey (UKES), National Student Survey (NSS) or Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) online (*5 winners from each survey). Those who complete the NSS via phone after being contacted by Ipsos Mori are not eligible. More information on entering the prize draw can be found on our 2024 National Surveys terms and conditions intranet page.
I’m a Postgraduate, can I have my say?
From Monday 4 March, eligible postgraduate taught students will be invited to complete the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES). Keep an eye on your emails for more information or visit the PTES intranet page.
Postgraduate Researchers, please note that your national survey runs every other year. However, there are still other opportunities for you to provide feedback through university surveys, the Guild of Students, the University Graduate School, student/staff forums and student reps.