Your Say for Your Uni

NSS 2021 is here and we want to hear your views

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The National Student Survey (NSS 2021) launched during the week of 8th February 2021, and we’re looking for your views.

All finalists eligible to complete the NSS should have received an email from Ipsos Mori with a link to the survey, but you can also go directly to the NSS website and complete the survey at any time.

Real Impact

We do understand with current uncertainties many of you are feeling under additional pressure, and this might feel like another ‘ask’ on your time; but we also know that you will have views on your student experience – and we really want to hear about them.

The past year has brought so many unforeseen and rapid changes to the way we operate, and to us this means it’s more important than ever that we listen and really understand what has worked for you, and what may not have worked so well. We’re really hoping the view of students like you can help us to evolve our provision. We need to identify what changes we might want to keep, what still needs work, and where we should go back to the way things were, (when we can).

Thank you for your time (and views)

Each year, we donate £1 to charity for each completed response and this year we asked you to choose which charities and we’re pleased to say thanks to your votes, the following charities will benefit from this year’s NSS campaign:

Anxiety UK 



Assist Withington 

The University is also offering students who complete the survey the chance to win one of 10 Amazon voucher worth £400 each. Although you have until the 30th April to complete your survey, the Amazon prize draw will only be open until the 31st March – so complete yours early to be in with a chance to win!

The survey only takes 5 minutes and is completely anonymous.

Further information about the NSS is available from your School or the NSS website. For more information about surveys and feedback in general visit Your Say.  Check out the terms and conditions of the incentives at NSS terms and conditions

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