The National Student Survey (NSS)

Eligible students, you can now complete the National Student Survey (NSS) until Tuesday 30 April.


The National Student Survey (NSS) is a nationally recognised annual survey of final year undergraduates in the UK. 

It’s a great opportunity for you to reflect and share your honest feedback on what it has been like to study on your course as well as your overall experience at Birmingham. You'll be asked to give your opinions anonymously on what’s working well for students, and where we need to make further improvements. 

We’ll use the responses to help us improve or keep doing the things that were useful to you - so what you say can make a real difference for your fellow and future students.  

From past surveys, we’ve improved and invested in areas such as assessment support and academic feedback, wellbeing services and measures to support the cost of living increase. Learn more about the changes we’ve made. 

And as a thank you for your time, five students who take part stand a chance of winning a £150 cash prize. If you wish to be considered for the online survey prize draw, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions with the University of Birmingham. 

Watch this video to learn more about the NSS. 

How do I complete the NSS?

If you’re in your final year of studying a course that leads to undergraduate credits or qualifications, you could be eligible. You’ll receive an email from Ipsos MORI with a personalised link to the survey (so check your inbox). Alternatively, click the button below to complete the NSS. 

Complete the survey

As it’s run by Ipsos Mori on behalf of the Office for Students, you’ll get reminders from Ipsos by email or phone until you’ve completed it, so we recommend completing the survey as soon as possible. You’ll also receive an invitation and reminders to your student email address from the University asking you to complete the survey. Only Ipsos Mori will know who has completed the survey, so you may still get reminders from us after you’ve filled it out - please ignore these.

Don't miss out - have your say by Tuesday 30 April.


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